Vision Lite

Vision Lite is a 4K Matrix Switching, Video Wall Control, and configuration software for use with our E4200 Encoder and D4200 Decoder endpoints.


The Vision Lite Server Application is cross‐platform capable (or OS agnostic), meaning that the software works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. The Vision Lite User Interface is a browser‐based application that works on PCs, Apple or Android tablets, and mobile devices. Browsers supported are Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and so on.


Vision Lite automatically discovers units on your network without any configuration.


Follow these instructions to install the Vision Light software.


1.    The latest Java JRE runtime is a prerequisite on the machine running VLite. The JRE can be found here:



2.             Download the latest Vision Lite software from


3.    Manually create a read/write‐able folder/directory C:\VLite at the root of your C:\ drive. This is the recommended directory to place the downloaded VLite.jar file, but you can place the file anywhere on your computer.


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4.    Save the VLite.jar file that you downloaded to the \VLite folder you just created.


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5.    Launch the Vision Lite Server application by double clicking the VLite.jar file, OR from a command line interface using the following command: java -jar VLite.jar.



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6.    The Vision Lite Server window opens.


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7.  Go to the Network Interface menu and select the appropriate network interface.

Select the network interface that the Vision Lite Server will be “listening” on. If your machine has more than one network interface, you will need to select the interface that is connected to the same network as the units.


Important: The Vision Lite Server window can be minimized in the background; however, it must always be running.


8. The default port assignment for VLite is 8080, other programs running on the computer may be using port 8080.  If that is the case, the port for VLite will need to be changed for VLite to open.  To change the port assignment, click on “Port” then enter the desired port number.


Important: The Vision Lite Server window needs to be closed and then reopened for the new port number to be assigned.




9. Copy the Vision Lite Server IP Address from the Vision Lite Server window to your clipboard.




10.  To launch the Vision Lite User Interface, open a browser page and copy the Vision Lite Server IP Address IP Address to the URL.


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Note: You can log in from any machine on the network.


11.  Log in with username=admin password=admin.


Note: A second user type with limited access rights is available. Log in with username=user1 password=user1.


12.  The Configuration page opens. You now have access to configure each unit.



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•  On the Configuration page, you can click on the IP Address (hyperlink) of any endpoint to open the embedded web interface for each unit. On the unit’s web interface, you can rename the units and/or set a user defined location.




Note: When making changes to the endpoints, the endpoints briefly disappear from the Vision Lite User Interface while they are rebooting and the application rediscovers them.

•  - From the Configuration page, you can update the firmware for any units that may be out of date. The Vision Lite software displays a message if a newer firmware is available.

        -  On the Routing tab, you can drag‐n‐drop to route and switch sources to displays.

- On the Routing tab, you can drag‐n‐drop to route and switch sources to displays.


Note: Double-click the preview of a unit to open that unit’s web UI from the Routing tab.



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