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reference:remote_control_commands [2020/03/27 14:05]
tondose [Matrix Editor] Korr.
reference:remote_control_commands [2020/08/18 12:03] (current)
ulinobbe [Playlist] CLEAR Playlist (Build 4359)
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   * ''PLAYLIST 1 ADDID <Database ID>'' - Add a database item with the respective Database ID to the end of playlist.   * ''PLAYLIST 1 ADDID <Database ID>'' - Add a database item with the respective Database ID to the end of playlist.
   * ''PLAYLIST 1 INSERTID <Database ID>'' - Insert a database item with the respective Database ID after the current item.   * ''PLAYLIST 1 INSERTID <Database ID>'' - Insert a database item with the respective Database ID after the current item.
 +  * ''PLAYLIST 1 CLEAR'' - Clear the playlist.
   * ''PLAYLIST 1 CHECK'' - Run an Error Check on the playlist, report result to System Log.   * ''PLAYLIST 1 CHECK'' - Run an Error Check on the playlist, report result to System Log.
   * ''PLAYLIST 1 LINK'' - Link the selected item to the next one.   * ''PLAYLIST 1 LINK'' - Link the selected item to the next one.
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   * ''NOVT'' can be used to mark commands only enabled if voicetracking is **not** active, e. g.: ''NOVT PLAYER 1-1 START; VT PLAYER A START'' makes some start button or -hotkey usable for both voicetracking and normal playout.   * ''NOVT'' can be used to mark commands only enabled if voicetracking is **not** active, e. g.: ''NOVT PLAYER 1-1 START; VT PLAYER A START'' makes some start button or -hotkey usable for both voicetracking and normal playout.
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 +==== Aircheck Recorder ====
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 +Each Aircheck recorder needs a unique ''<Remote ID>'', to be set in the //Advanced//-Tab of the respective screen object. Default is ''AIRCHECK''.
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 +  * ''<Remote ID> OPEN'' - Arm the Aircheck Recorder to record into the file specified in the screen object's settings. [[reference:logging_variables|Timestamp variables]] like ''%Y'', ''%M'', ''%D'', etc. may be used (recommended).
 +  * ''<Remote ID> OPEN <filename>'' Same as above with ''<filename>'' overriding the preset path and filename.
 +  * ''<Remote ID> ON'' - Start recording.
 +  * ''<Remote ID> OFF'' - Pause recording into the same file.
 +  * ''<Remote ID> CLOSE'' - Stop recording into the file and close (i. e. save) it.
  
 ==== Talk Timer ==== ==== Talk Timer ====
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