Maybe you mistyped your Wi-Fi password or you want to revert changes back. To change your Wi-Fi settings once your AmbiScreen box is not able to connect to your internal Wi-Fi network, follow these steps.
- connect your AmbiScreen device with LAN cable to your internal network.
- Your router in your internal network will assign new IP to your AmbiScreen device. Check your router’s DHCP table for assigned IP.
- Open AmbiScreen webapp and navigate to Settings » Wi-Fi.
Or navigate your webbrowser with http://your_device_IP/ and choose Lite settings webapp (or http://your_device_IP/app/settings_wifi.php in case you didn’t do firmware update) and navigate to Settings » Wi-Fi.
- There you can change your Wifi settings and Save changes.
It is possible to restart your device in several ways.
- Use webapp and click on “Restart” under Settings.
- Use Lite settings webapp and click on “Restart” under Settings.or
- Navigate to http://your_device_IP/restart/ via webbrowser.
- Unplug your device from power and replug it after few seconds.
If you need to switch your LEDs off for longer time, you can use webapp to do it and tap on Power icon to switch LEDs off (blue circle, the right one button)..
When you want to turn on LEDs again, tap on “Refresh” button.
Switching back from static color or effects to live mode is done by taping the same “Refresh” button (blue circle, the left one button).
Note: We recommend to unplug your device from electricity when you don’t use it for longer time.
You can choose between static color, color effects and live mode via webapp.
Switching between static color and color effects is possible by taping selected color on color wheel or choosing preferred light effect from the list of Effects. If you need to go back to live video mode, click on “Refresh” switching button (blue circle, the left one button).
Sometimes you may need to recover factory settings for your LEDs.
Simply navigate via webapp or Lite settings webapp at Settings » LEDs page and click “Recover default values”. Factory default settings for LEDs will be recovered and your device reboots to take these settings in action.
You can fine tune AmbiScreen settings according to your hardware display/player setup when navigating to Settings » Diagnose page (accessible via webapp and Lite settings webapp).
If you want to check what video image your device is processing for LED colors, click on “Screenshot preview” button. You can fine tune this screenshot, just fill in your custom values, then click on “Screenshot preview” button. You will see screenshot with your custom values.
Note: When you want to check screenshot with these settings, it is necessary to have your video source plugged in.
All values can be fine tuned, such as image width, height, frameDecimation, sizeDecimation, cropping and color signal thresholds.
/// * input : V4L2 input to use [default=0]
/// * standard : Video standard (no-change/PAL/NTSC) [default="PAL" worldwide]
/// * width : V4L2 width to set [default=-1]
/// * height : V4L2 height to set [default=-1]
/// * frameDecimation : Frame decimation factor [default=2]
/// * sizeDecimation : Size decimation factor [default=8]
1 or 8 (according to hardware version of your device - for v.1.1 we strictly recommend 8, for v.1.0 we recommend 1-8)
/// * priority : Hyperion priority channel [default=900]
/// * mode : 3D mode to use 2D/3DSBS/3DTAB (note: no autodetection) [default="2D"]
/// * cropLeft : Cropping from the left [default=0]
/// * cropRight : Cropping from the right [default=0]
/// * cropTop : Cropping from the top [default=0]
/// * cropBottom : Cropping from the bottom [default=0]
/// * redSignalThreshold : Signal threshold for the red channel between 0.0 and 1.0 [default=0.0]
/// * greenSignalThreshold : Signal threshold for the green channel between 0.0 and 1.0 [default=0.0]
/// * blueSignalThreshold : Signal threshold for the blue channel between 0.0 and 1.0 [default=0.0]
When you are satisfied with your results, please, fill in the same values on Settings » LEDs page and click “Save” to take effect the new settings. Your device will reboot with new settings.
Your LEDs turn off while generating screenshot. After taking screenshots you will need to click on “Restart” button to reboot your device and turn on your LEDs again.