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Offline Crazy Harry  
#51 Posted : 01 August 2020 21:32:59(UTC)
Crazy Harry

Canada   
Joined: 18/11/2008(UTC)
Posts: 374
Location: Oakville, Ontario
Originally Posted by: Johnvr Go to Quoted Post
Hi all

Here is a video on programming my first mSD decoder using the Marklin Mdecoder Tool.

Marklin Sound Decoder Tool

RegardsBigGrin
John


The link above isn't correct, I think you meant this one: mdecoder programming

Thanks for the video. Cheers,

Harold
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Offline Johnvr  
#52 Posted : 02 August 2020 10:12:47(UTC)
Johnvr

South Africa   
Joined: 03/10/2010(UTC)
Posts: 1,203
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Hello Harold

You are absolutely correct !
The link which I posted was another Swiss Railways Cab ride which I had been watching. !
The link which you have posted is the correct link.

How did you manage to find the correct link ?

RegardsBigGrin
John
Offline Crazy Harry  
#53 Posted : 02 August 2020 20:50:15(UTC)
Crazy Harry

Canada   
Joined: 18/11/2008(UTC)
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Location: Oakville, Ontario
Originally Posted by: Johnvr Go to Quoted Post
Hello Harold

How did you manage to find the correct link ?

RegardsBigGrin
John


I searched for mdecoder in YouTube and saw your name associated with the video.


Good video! How long does it take to update a decoder via the CS and programming track? Do you have the decoder tool that plugs into the computer as well? I understand putting the decoder on the computer tool allows much faster updates.

Cheers,

Harold.
Offline Johnvr  
#54 Posted : 02 August 2020 22:14:51(UTC)
Johnvr

South Africa   
Joined: 03/10/2010(UTC)
Posts: 1,203
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Hello Harold

I have 60215 Central Station 2 with the loco on the programming track.
It takes probably 45 mins for the Sound to be updated in the loco.
That's no problem for me, I can set it to run while I get on with other things.

I don't have a Sound Programmer. Yes, I believe that would be much quicker. However, I have mostly mSD decoders without the 21pin plate, so the decoder wires are all soldered and attached in the loco, so the Sound Programmer wouldn't work for me.

RegardsBigGrin
John
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Offline JohnjeanB  
#55 Posted : 03 August 2020 00:05:36(UTC)
JohnjeanB

France   
Joined: 04/02/2011(UTC)
Posts: 1,197
Location: Paris, France
I am in the exact same situation. Yes programming is a little longer compared with a sound programmer but works without opening the loco, wiring changes, decoder handling. Speed is even a little faster (35 to 40 minutes).
Cheers
Jean
My layout videos
latest vid
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Offline clapcott  
#56 Posted : 25 September 2020 11:53:36(UTC)
clapcott

New Zealand   
Joined: 12/12/2005(UTC)
Posts: 2,378
Location: Wellington, New_Zealand
Just a catchup 3.2.2.0
But you may wish to take note of the sound volue comment

Introduces a couple of new decoder boards
- 347463 for 245,246,246 (Sound,64Mb,mfx)
- 347464 for 239,240 (G,64Mb,mfk

Version: 3.2.2.0 (May 19, 2020)
Feature: New logical function "Alternative engine sound" implemented for gear locomotives
Feature: Electric locomotive rear derailleur now available in three different variations
Feature: The volumes of the two channels of the driving noise can now be set individually
Feature: Electric locomotives now have more gear steps in the lower speed range

Improvement: The volume is now linear to the set value (previously logarithmic), the volume may have to be reset after an update
Bugfix: An error in the load-dependent sound has been fixed
Bugfix: An error in the DCC mapping has been fixed
Bugfix: A sound that was switched off in buffer mode is no longer switched on accidentally
Bugfix: An error where locomotives with a connected buffer stopped restlessly has been fixed
Bugfix: An error in which it was no longer possible to approach in Analog AC after changing direction has been fixed
Bugfix: Bug when playing the prelubrication loops (diesel locomotive) engine 2 eliminated
Bugfix: Software PWM now goes correctly to its initial state when all outputs are switched off
Bugfix: Corrected an error which in a Märklin sound module caused SUSI Wait to be ignored
Bugfix: Corrected an error that prevented calibration under DCC and MM from being triggered
Bugfix: The sound of three-cylinder steam locomotives when transitioning to high speed ranges has been improved
Bugfix: Incorrect behavior removed when stopping and bridging paths were zero
Bugfix: Corrected an error that prevented a decoder with a buffer from being operated on a decoder tester
Bugfix: Fixed bug in internal sound processing
Bugfix: Fluctuations in pitch and volume when a turbocharger runs out on diesel locomotives eliminated
Bugfix: Fixed bug that prevented starting after a stop in a braking section
Bugfix: Corrected an error where a sound could no longer be triggered
Bugfix: An error in the stopping behavior has been fixed
Bugfix: The programming recognition in Motorola mode has been improved

Version: 3.2.1.3 (March 9, 2020)
Feature: The volumes of the two channels of the driving noise can now be set individually
Feature: Electric locomotives now have more gear steps in the lower speed range
Bugfix: An error in the load-dependent sound has been fixed
Bugfix: An error in the DCC mapping has been fixed
Bugfix: A sound that was switched off in buffer mode is no longer switched on accidentally
Bugfix: An error where locomotives with a connected buffer stopped restlessly has been fixed
Bugfix: An error in which it was no longer possible to approach in Analog AC after changing direction has been fixed
Bugfix: Bug when playing the prelubrication loops (diesel locomotive) engine 2 eliminated
Bugfix: Software PWM now goes correctly to its initial state when all outputs are switched off
Bugfix: Corrected an error which in a Märklin sound module caused SUSI Wait to be ignored
Bugfix: Corrected an error that prevented calibration under DCC and MM from being triggered

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Offline clapcott  
#57 Posted : 10 November 2020 08:40:53(UTC)
clapcott

New Zealand   
Joined: 12/12/2005(UTC)
Posts: 2,378
Location: Wellington, New_Zealand
decoder firmware 3.2.2.1 is available with mDT3 3.4.2 October update library

Version: 3.2.2.1 (October 12, 2020)
Bugfix: An error that led to the fact that the intervals between the steam chuffs on steam locomotives with a sinus motor could no longer be set has been fixed
Bugfix: An error in the engine sound of three-cylinder locomotives has been fixed
Bugfix: A random sound that should only be triggered when driving is now ended faster when the locomotive stops
Bugfix: An error which led to a cluttered sound when steam engines accelerated rapidly has now been fixed

UserPostedImage
Peter
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Offline jonas_sthlm  
#58 Posted : 18 November 2020 19:32:25(UTC)
jonas_sthlm

Sweden   
Joined: 12/10/2008(UTC)
Posts: 827
Location: Stockholm, Södermalm
It would have been great if the mDT program could read locomotive CV through CS3.

Other desired function should be upload project files to SD card or USB stick and then update with CS3.
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