The AMX Software is licensed, not sold.
The AMX Software consists of generally available programming and development software, product documentation, sample applications, tools and utilities, and miscellaneous technical information.
You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the AMX Software.
Licensee may make copies of the AMX Software solely for backup or archival purposes. Licensee may not copy the written materials accompanying the AMX Software. In the event that AMX terminates this License, the Licensee shall return or destroy all originals and copies of the AMX Software to AMX and certify in writing that all originals and copies have been returned or destroyed.
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AMX warrants that the AMX Software will perform substantially in accordance with the accompanying written materials for a period of ninety 90 days from the date of receipt.
Any supplements or updates to the AMX SOFTWARE, including without limitation, any if any service packs or hot fixes provided to you after the expiration of the ninety 90 day Limited Warranty period are not covered by any warranty or condition, express, implied or statutory.
Any replacement AMX Software will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period or thirty 30 days, whichever is longer.
Outside the United States, these remedies may not available. New Features available within version 1.
Supported Operating Systems Minimum System Hardware Requirements Minimum System Software Requirements Downloading the Application Supported Touch Panels G4 Touch Panels G3 Touch Panels G3 Touch Panel Considerations Supported Subsystems and Equipment Audio Conferencing Devices CD Compact Disc Players MP3 Players Plasma Displays Serial-Interface Devices User Interfaces Video Conferencing Devices Video Projection Devices User Information Splash-screen Project Selection List Project Selection List Context Menu Main Screen Command Buttons Copy Project dialog Version Information File Menu Edit Menu View Menu Help Menu Before You Begin Configuring your Program Preferences Getting Started with the Sample Project Required Information for Building a System Common Mistakes Project Wizard Navigation Controls System Information Dialog Adding a Device to the Project Adding Serial-Controlled Devices to the Project Adding Ethernet-Controlled Devices to the Project Working with MAX Servers Duplicating a Device Device Configuration Dialog Device Configuration dialog - Device Data tab How to setup external cameras using Camera and Video Conference source types How to configure i!
Device Configuration dialog - IR Mapping tab Mapping a Function Removing a Mapped Function Device Configuration dialog - Control Configuration tab Device Configuration dialog - Power Control tab Device Considerations when using New Features Which Screens? Integrated Applications Dialog Lighting Presets Dialog Note for Radia Lighting Systems Touch Panel Interfaces Dialog Choose Touch Panel Theme Dialog Choose Touch Panel Background dialog Choose Touch Panel Buttons dialog Choose Touch Panel Text Colors dialog Input Names dialog Switcher Inputs tab Switcher Outputs tab Channel Preset Categories Dialog Channel Presets for Adding a new CD title Editing CD Information Retrieving CD Information from freedb.
Removing a CD Title Using the CD Titles Maintenance dialog Relay Control Dialog Adding a Relay Control Definition to the list Deleting a Relay Control Definition from the list Navigation and Routing Macros Dialog Editing an existing Macro within the Project System Macros Dialog Adding a New System Macro to the Project Editing Your Project Finishing a Project Understanding the Report File Uploading a completed touch panel file to a target panel Working with your Project The NetLinx Studio Project Cable Menu Cable Tuner Cable Video CD Changer CD Changer Advanced CD List CD List - Title Only