Off-Line Sessions

Wireless Designer organizes wireless microphone systems into Sessions. Off-Line sessions are useful for advance configuration of receivers not immediately at hand. These sessions can be saved into session files and exported to receiver frames in the field at a later time.

Note - The Frequency Scan feature is not available when Wireless Designer is Off-Line.

 

 

 

Create New Session

Choose File->New from the Main menu to create a new off-line session.

A blank session is created. To add a receiver frame to the session, choose File->Add Frame from the Main menu and select a frame type from the submenu.

An empty frame is added to the session.

The next step is to define the channels in the frame. Right click a channel, choose Add Channel from the popup menu and select a frequency block from the submenu.

The channel is installed with default settings.

Repeat for addition channel definitions.

Edit Session

Frame settings are common to all channels. This is where network settings, antenna power and so on are maintained.

Learn more about DR Receiver Frame Settings

Learn more about Venue 2 (VRM2WB) Frame Settings

Learn more about Venue Receiver (VRMWB) Frame Settings

Channel settings are where frequency of operation, audio output level, compatibility mode and other per-channel parameters are maintained.

Learn more about DR Receiver Channel Settings

Learn more about Venue 2 (VRM2WB) Channel Settings

Learn more about Venue Receiver (VRMWB) Channel Settings

Macros can also be created and maintained off-line.

Learn more about Macros

Frequency coordination can be done off-line...

Learn more about Frequency Coordination

... and walk test recordings can be replayed (but new recordings can't be made).

Learn more about the Walk Test Recorder

Save Session to File

Once you are satisfied with the configuration of the session, save it to a session file. Choose File->Save As... from the Main menu.

The Save As dialog opens.

Browse to the desired location in the file system. Give the session file a meaningful name and click Save.

Open Session from File

Choose File->Open... from the Main menu.

The Open dialog appears.

Browse to the desired location in the file system, select the session file and click Open.

Tip - Choose File->Recent Files in the Main menu for a list of recently used session files.

 

 

View or edit the session as needed. When done, choose File->Save from the Main menu to save any changes.

Close Session

Choose File->Close from the Main menu.

The session is closed. If there were unsaved changes you will be prompted to save them.