M130 Lets you display video and still images during program execution. Some examples of how you can use this feature are:
The correct command format is M130(file.xxx), where file.xxx is the name of the file, plus the path, if necessary. You can also add a second comment in parentheses to appear as a comment at the top of the media window.
|M130 uses the subprogram search settings, Settings 251 and 252 in the same way that M98 does. You can also use the Insert Media File command in the editor to easily insert an M130 code that includes the filepath. Refer to EDIT Menu for more information.|
Permitted file formats are MP4, MOV, PNG, and JPEG.
|For the fastest loading times, use files with pixel dimensions divisible by 8 (most unedited digital images have these dimensions by default), and a maximum pixel size of 1920 x 1080.|
Your media appears in the Media tab under Current Commands. The media displays until the next M130 displays a different file, or M131 clears the media tab contents.Media Display Example - Work Instruction during a Program
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