Zetta allows creating Macros than can then be affected to Hot Keys to quickly send commands to Multicam Radio through our Radio Program Receiver.
This document will guide you step by step to create your configuration on the Zetta side.
Creating the GPIO route
First you need to open the Computers settings from the Configuration menu, then select the GPIO / Routes tab.
Use the + button to create a new route, then set its Output up with the IP address and TCP port of your Multicam Radio. Be sure to use the Command port, not the Listen port.
Creating the GPOs
Now you need to create the GPOs you need, in the GPOs (Outputs) sub-tab.
You can give any name you want, it's the Event Text value that will be sent to the Multicam that matters. See the supported Radio program commands.
Creating the macros
Next step is creating the macros to use the GPOs. To do that, you need to open the Macros editor, from the Configuration menu.
For each command that you want to use, you'll create a macro which you can name as you like. Then you need to use the Control Event "Execute Command" found in the "Control" category. The Task Type is "Gpio.TriggerGpo". As seen above, you can type part of the name and get a list of possible values.
In the capture above, you can see a fully configured Start Recording macro.
Creating the Hot Keys
The final step is to assign the created Macros to your Hot Keys. For that, you keep the Macros window open and drag one Macro at a time and drop it on one Hot Key slot.
After configuring some Hot Keys with custom colors, it can look like this.