Where can I find Pronto Edit software?

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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    I own the Pronto TS1000/01
    I need a copy of Pronto Edit to put on
    my computer and interact with my Pronto.
    I went to Phillip's web site. All that
    is available for download is a DEMO
    version of Pronto Edit.
    I seem to remember the last time I looked
    for the software, I had to really dig deep
    in the pages to find the software and THEN
    I had to register to the site or prove that
    I actually owned a Pronto.
    Soooo, actually if someone can locate me
    two pieces of information....
    * The latest version of Pronto Edit - REGISTERED
    * The latest firmware update for my TS1000/01
    I really did look. Spent 20 minutes looking
    through Phillip's site and Pronto Edit's site.
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    Ron, try:
    http://www.remotecentral.com/files/main.htm
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    Ron,
    Did you get yours from J and R for $129 with that great deal an HTF member posted here? I ordered mine from them today. I downloaded the Pronto edit manual and Pronto user's manual from Remote Central website to keep me occupied until it gets here.
    I think we're going to have hours of fun setting this baby up. No more complaints from my wife about not knowing how to run the home theater system [​IMG]
     
  6. Andrew Pratt

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    Ron there's a bunch of Pronto info and useful files on my website below. Let me know if I can help in any way
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  7. Ronald Epstein

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    All you guys are great! Thanks for the info.
    I will be visiting all the sites.
    I have had my Pronto for over a year now.
    Having just bought a bunch of new equipment,
    including a TV and DVD player, it is time to update.
    Thanks again, guys!
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    Ron,
    One more thing:
    I have seen a lot of feedback on remotecentral about ProntoEdit 2 being a little flaky, along with recommendations to stick with the 1.5 version. You may want to follow up on those threads to see what's going on.
    Dennis
     
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    Denis version 2 isn't flaky so much as its a little different then version 1 in that you need to enable a few things in order to do some of the things you could in version 1. Over all though I use version 2.0 almost extensively for the custom work I do
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