What are RTC and WBC files?
The *.rtc and *.wbc files are a snapshot of the current state
of your WIBU-key (software protection device, also referred to as dongle),
primarily mainly used to determine type of license installed on your system and
for software diagnosing purposes.
I converted my DV files into upper field first, but they still play as lower field first
You must use “field blending” option to re-encode your DV files is lower field first
How to create a RTC or WBC file?
To create an *.rtc file, you have to do the following: Right click anywhere in the open area of your Desktop Select New Select WiBu Control File In the newly open dialogue box select Create Add the *rtc file to a ZIP archive
Airbox Missing Files
How to use the AirBox missing files option
Which video files will PlayBox support?
PlayBox supported files AirBox and Channel in a Box are compatible with a vast variety of compression types: MPEG-2, DV, DVCPro, DVCPro HD, AVC/H.264, HAVC/H.265, XAVC etc.
Tab-delimited Text files as Playlists
You can import OML text files as playlists. The delimiter can be a tab, a coma or a semicolon symbol. Go to File menu > Import playlist…. Select the Template to be used for “translating” the text. If there are no templates in the list, click More to ...