WheatNet-IP Videos

WheatNet-IP Driver Installation

Let Wheatstone sales engineer Lukas Hurwitz take you through the steps of installing the WheatNet-IP driver software on your PC. In this video we cover the preliminary steps, the installation itself, and some Windows settings that will help the driver run smoothly.

Andy Calvanese discusses WheatNet-IP for Television

Wheatstone's VP/Technology, Andy Calvanese, discusses some of the advantages of the seamless, built-in control layer of the WheatNet-IP audio-over-IP network when used in television applications.

WheatNet-IP for TV: Associated Connections

In this, the first in a series of how-to videos, Phil Owens introduces you to one of Wheatstone's TV control surfaces, and then demonstrates the creation of associated connections, an important WheatNet-IP feature that automates the routing of such things as IFBs and mix-minus feeds.

Blade Runners - Full Network Shakedown

In September of 2014, Wheatstone engineers came together to test a full-scale, integrated system built from our new BLADE-3 hardware and software. This is the story of that summit.

WheatNet-IP Large System Reboot Demo

An overview of Wheatstone's Dimension One television audio console, covering key features and the Network First design concept.

Screen Builder Intro

In this video, Andy Calvanese introduces Screen Builder, a software package that allows you to create customized screens to display system information and control system functions.

Ben Blevins IMG Sports Demos Screen Builder

Ben Blevins, the engineer in charge of collegiate sports network IMG World, demonstrates the Screen Builder app he's created for managing audio in their facility

Building a Wall of Meters

During the BLADE Runners summit, Kelly Parker used our WheatNet-IP Meters GUI to create a wall of meters to monitor and troubleshoot our large system during subsequent testing. Here's what that looked like.

Bus Minus HowTo

Ever wonder what a Bus-Minus is, and what it can do for you? In this video we clear up exactly what such a signal is, how it's derived, and how to configure one with your control surface.

Configuring Programmable Buttons and LEDs HowTo

In this video, we'll cover how to configure programmable control surface buttons and LEDs to operate in conjunction with BLADE logic I/O (LIO) pins. There's quite a bit of useful information here!

WheatNet-IP Navigator Crosspoint Indicators HowTo

In this short video you'll learn the meanings of the crosspoint indicators in WheatNet-IP Navigator. Those are the little dots, pairs of dots, and squares that appear at the intersections on the Navigator crosspoint display.

WheatNet-IP Navigator Machine Start Tutorial

This short video will show you how to configure machine start logic for a console source using the WheatNet-IP Navigator software.

Creating a Salvo Tutorial

This video will show you how to create a salvo using WheatNet-IP Navigator software.

Using a Spare Button to Fire a Salvo Tutorial

This video will teach you to assign spare buttons on a control surface to fire routing salvos using the WheatNet-IP Navigator software.

Light A Spare Button LED With A Salvo

In this video you'll learn how to associate a spare LED on a control surface button with a salvo, so that it lights whenever the salvo is activated.

Mapping an E-Series control surface to its mix engine BLADE

This video answers the question, "How do you map a WheatNet-IP control surface to its mix engine BLADE? The procedure is covered step-by-step, using an LX-24 console as an example. (The LX-24 and E-Series consoles operate identically in this respect.)

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Idea Factory Videos - WheatNet-IP

We asked some of our folks to go on camera and simply talk to each other. We think you'll like what they had to say... unrehearsed and unscripted. Be sure to check out this series which gets into great detail about how and why Wheatstone does what it does with respect to Wheatstone and Audioarts consoles as well as WheatNet-IP.



Wheatstone Interviews the Broadcast Industry

At this year's NAB show, we invited many people from all corners of the industry to join us in conversations about all things broadcast. Obviously, we focused on audio for broadcast because, well, it's what we know.

We didn't really know what to expect, but the results definitely exceeded even our greatest expectations. We touched on many, many subjects and heard some fascinating things about what people are doing with audio in the broadcast world. Each of these videos is a wealth of information spanning every aspect of audio for broadcast.

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