Welcome to MediaMatrix!
The MediaMatrix 3.x help system is designed to allow you to quickly find the information you need and want. For example, you can start at the beginning and learn what MediaMatrix is and how to use it, how to design a sound system using MediaMatrix, quickly find a reference on how to use a specific device or control, or how to perform an operation within MediaMatrix.
The MediaMatrix help system makes use of HTML help (also referred to as WebHelp in many windows products), which much like your web browser, allows you to jump to exactly the information you need by the use of hot links and browser arrow keys. You simply click on where you want to go to navigate through the help system.
You can always view the latest version of this help file on-line at our website (http://mediamatrix.peavey.com). We will add any information available between releases to the on-line version of the help file.
The help system is broken down into three main sections, which include:
This is the heart of the help system. Simply double click on the book you want to open, then click on the topic you want to read. The contents section is broken down into subsections, that includes:
How to use MediaMatrix 3.x Help ( what you are reading now )
Whats New in Version 3.x - Features added since the last release.
User Guide - A description on how MediaMatrix works, and how to use it.
Operation Reference - MediaMatrix software documentation.
Device Reference - MediaMatrix device documentation.
Frequently Asked Questions - A list of common questions, with answers!
Advanced Topics - Documentation on hardware, remote control API, etc.
Appendices - Glossary, CobraNet information, and information on service and support.
All the topics in the help system, alphabetized for ease of location. Click on the word, and away you go.
Instructions on how to use the various types of help with MediaMatrix 3.1, including HTML help, and the context sensitive help within dialog boxes while working in MediaMatrix.
Conventions Used In This Help File
When you see a menu choice enclosed in quotation marks, that indicates the sequence of commands (either multiple keystrokes or mouse clicks) to be entered by the user to activate the command. For example: "File | Save As" would indicate a mouse click on the File selection on the main menu bar, followed by dragging the mouse to the Save As selection, then releasing it, thus activating the save as dialog box.