Advanced Filter

About the Advanced Filter

The Advanced Filter can be used to filter the devices displayed in the Network View Routing, Device Info, Clock Status and Network Status tabs.

Use the Advanced Filter to easily locate or display devices with specific names, channel names, states or configuration parameters.

To open the advanced filter, click the sidebar button:

Filter groups (including the text filter) are additive (AND logic, not OR logic). The devices displayed are those that match all specified conditions. For example, entering ‘amp’ in the text filter and selecting ‘48k’ in the Sample Rate filter will display all devices with the ‘amp’ string in the device name (or receive channel names) which are also set to 48kHz sample rate.

Inside a filter group, selections use OR logic. For example, selecting ’44.1k’ and ‘48k’ in the Sample Rate filter will display all devices set to either of those sample rates.

Text Filter

The text filter displays devices with device names or receive channel names that match the text string entered into the Search field.

The device name filter is case-insensitive (capitalization is ignored), and allows alphanumeric characters (a-z, 0-9) and the hyphen character (-). Wildcards are not supported.

To clear the device name filter, just delete the text in the Search field, or click the Clear All button.

Device State and Configuration Filters

The device state and configuration filters can be expanded and collapsed using the plus [+] and minus [-] icons.

To filter devices for a particular condition or set of conditions, just select the required checkbox or combination of checkboxes.

Use the Clear All button to clear the selections from all filters.

Device Lock Filter

Use the Device Lock filter to display devices with a specific lock state.

  • To display only locked devices, select the 'Locked' checkbox.
  • To display only unlocked devices, select the 'Unlocked' checkbox.
  • To display locked and unlocked devices, select both the 'Locked' and 'Unlocked' checkboxes.
  • To display devices that do not support Device Lock, select the 'Unsupported' checkbox.

Sample Rate Filter

Use the Sample Rate filter to display devices with a specific sample rate setting.

  • To display only devices with a particular sample rate, select the appropriate checkbox.
  • To display only devices with one of a selection of sample rates, click the appropriate checkboxes.

Media Type Filter

Use the Media Type filter to display devices with specific channel types.

  • To display only devices with video channels, select the 'Has Video Channels' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with audio channels, select the 'Has Audio Channels' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with ancillary channels, select the 'Has Ancillary Channels' checkbox.
  • To display devices with a mix of channel types, select the appropriate checkboxes.

Video Subtype

Use the Video Subtype filter to display devices with the selected video format(s).

Ancillary Type

Use the Ancillary Type filter to display devices with specific ancillary channel types.

  • To display only devices with USB channels, select the 'USB' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with serial channels, select the 'Serial' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with IR channels, select the 'IR' checkbox.
  • To display devices with a mix of channel types, select the appropriate checkboxes.

Sync to External

Use the Sync to External filter to display devices with a specific Sync to External setting.

  • To display only devices with Sync to External enabled, select the 'Enabled' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with Sync to External disabled, select the 'Disabled' checkbox.
  • To display devices with either setting, select the 'Enabled' and 'Disabled' checkboxes.
  • To display devices that do not support Sync to External, select the 'Unsupported' checkbox.

Latency

Use the Latency filter to display devices with a specific latency setting.

  • To display only devices with a particular latency, select the appropriate checkbox.
  • To display only devices with one of a selection of latencies, click the appropriate checkboxes.

Subscriptions

Use the Subscriptions filter to display devices with a specific subscription state.

  • To display only devices with no subscriptions, click the 'None' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with one or more successful subscriptions, click the 'Has Successes' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with subscription warnings, click the 'Has Warnings' checkbox.
  • To display only devices with subscription errors, click the 'Has Errors' checkbox.

Note: ‘Success’ will not only display devices with only successful subscriptions – it will also display devices with a mix of successful and failed subscriptions. Similarly, ‘Failure’ will also display devices with a mix of failed and successful subscriptions.

Tx Multicast Flows

Use the Tx Multicast Flows filter to display only devices with Tx Multicast Flows configured.

  • To display only devices with one or more Tx Multicast Flows configured, select the 'Active' checkbox.

AES67

Use the AES67 filter to display devices with a specific AES67 setting.

  • To display devices with AES67 enabled, select the 'Enabled' checkbox.
  • To display devices with AES67 disabled, select the 'Disabled' checkbox.
  • To display devices with either setting, select the Enabled and Disabled checkboxes.
  • To display devices that do not support AES67, select the 'Unsupported' checkbox.

Sample Rate Pull-up

Use the Sample Rate filter to display devices with a specific sample rate pull-up setting.

  • To display only devices with a particular pull-up, select the appropriate checkbox.
  • To display only devices with one of a selection of pull-ups, click the appropriate checkboxes.