TinyCon

An overview of TinyCon

You can remotely control LiveShell X using TinyCon.
Dashboard can not be used in local mode, but TinyCon can be used in both normal mode and local mode.
As TinyCon can also be used in normal mode, LiveShell X has flexible control options.

*Rev.1037 or later firmware is required to use TinyCon.

How to use TinyCon (initial setup)

  1. Turn on LiveShell X and make sure it is in offline mode.
  2. Push the upper right button and select “Configuration” > “TinyCon” > “Enable TinyCon” > “Yes”.
  3. Bring the unit online (you can also use TinyCon on the local mode).
  4. Check the IP address of LiveShell X and access “http://(IP address):11250”.
  5. When basic authentication is enabled, the user name will be “LSXTC” and the password will be the six digit number you set (default is “000000”).

How to use TinyCon (after initial setup)

  1. Bring the unit online (you can also use TinyCon in local mode).
  2. Check the IP address of LiveShell X and access “http://(IP address):11250”.
  3. When basic authentication is enabled, the user name will be “LSXTC” and the password will be the six digit number you set (default is “000000”).

How to stop TinyCon

  1. Turn on LiveShell X and make sure it is in offline mode.
  2. Push the upper right button and select “Configuration” > “TinyCon” > “Enable TinyCon” > “No”.

TinyCon optional settings

  • “Enable Auth.”: Basic authentication can be applied when accessing TinyCon.
  • “Display Password”: You can check the password of the current basic authentication.
  • “Change Password”: You can choose either a randomly generated 6-digit number or “000000”.

TinyCon settings

Audio

  • Mixer
    • Master: Master volume
    • HDMI: HDMI volume
    • LINE: LINE-IN volume
  • Channel (#0 / #1)
    • Bitrate: Audio bitrate
    • Channel: Channel number

Video

  • Basic (#0 / #1 / #2 / #3)
    • State: Current broadcasting status
    • Error: Current error
    • Bitrate: Current total bitrate
    • Framerate: Current framerate
    • Queued frames: Current broadcasting queue length
    • Mute: Mute on/off
    • Audio stream: Audio stream channel you set
    • Video mute: Video display on/off
    • Video delay: Audio and Video synchronization adjustment
    • Auto control(Except #3): Auto control setting
  • Quality (#0 / #1 / #2 / #3)
    • Preset: Broadcasting quality preset
    • Video bitrate: Video bitrate average
    • Height: Vertical resolution
    • Framerate: Framerate average
    • IDR frame interval: IDR frame interval
    • H.264 profile: H.264 profile
    • H.265 for RTSP|UDP|REC: Video codec (“Disable” is H.264. “Enable” is H.265.)
    • VFR: Variable framerate mode (“Disable” is variable image quality mode. “Enable” is variable framerate mode.)
    • Min bitrate: Minimum bitrate
    • Queue length: Broadcasting queue length
  • Aspect|Crop (#1 / #2 / #3)
    • Preset: Aspect ratio preset
    • Overscan ratio: Overscan ratio
    • Manual aspect ratio: Manual aspect ratio
    • Manual crop (x,y,w,h): Manual crop (x-origin, y-origin, width, height)
  • Ustream (#0 / #1 / #2)
    • Record: Record setting
    • Recording: Current recording status
    • Viewer: Current viewers
    • Total viewer: Cumulative viewers
  • Target (#3)
    • Cast mode: Unicast / Multicast

Misc

  • Misc
    • Screen saver time: Screen saver time setting
    • LED brightness: LED brightness setting
    • Offline-REC container: Offline-REC container setting
    • Key lock: Key lock setting
  • Status
    • HDMI video mode: HDMI video input
    • HDMI SPD: HDMI Source Product Description
    • microSD free area: microSD card usable space
    • Device ID: Device ID
    • Battery: Battery charging state
  • Sub
    • Sub (x,y,z,URL): Caption image (x-origin, y-origin, z is 0, image URL: “http://~”)
    • Video mute image (URL): Pause image (image URL: “http://~”)

Targets( Local mode only)

  • Service
    • null: No broadcasting settings
    • rtmp: Other broadcasting services
    • rtsp: RTSP server
    • file rec.: Recording
    • udp: MPEG-TS/UDP

Export | Import

  • Status
    • Export : Export a setting file
    • Import : Import a setting file
  • Targets
    • Export : Export a file to set broadcasting service
    • Import : Import a file to set broadcasting service

Power

  • Offline
  • Power off
  • Reboot

Note

  • For broadcasting to RTMP server, you can not input URL other than RTMP such as RTMPS.