LEVideos

Legacy Edition

LEVideos
Opening
Menu Tour
Importing Data
Categories
Song Card
Non-Music Card
Moving Songs
Creating Clocks
Clock Rules
Transition Rules
DayFormats
Average Turnover
Scheduling
Scheduling Views
Dayparts
Reports
Automation Selection
Traffic Import Design
Importing Spots
Log Print Design

Music 1 LE  Videos


Opening M1 LE
A quick ovierview of the basic functions of the software.(2:27)

Menu Tour
Shows the first menus you will see when you start Music 1 LE and talks about
their functions. (2:28)

Importing Library Data
Before you can do anything with M1, you first have to get your song library data imported. Here's a collection of tutorials about the various ways to do it.

Categories
Music and Non-Music categories. Opening categories, viewing category data. How songs in the category are scheduled.(4:19)

Song Cards
A tour of the Song Card window.  This is where you enter the data about each
of your songs. (4:30)

Non-Music Tracks
Music 1 also schedules jingles, liners, voice tracks, promos and long-form programming. The 'cards' for these units is similar to Song Cards, but a little different. (2:15)

Moving Songs
How to move songs from one category to another. (1:10)

Creating Clocks
Basic steps for building a format clock. Adding category units to clocks, moving the categories around to different positions. (3:46)

Clock Rules
Each clock you create can have its own formatting rules, which allow you to control song selection and music, flow in the hour.  (3:58)

Clock Rules-Transitions
More details about options for setting music flow rules within your clocks.  (2:27)

DayFormats
Here's how you tell M1 which clock to use in which hour of the week.  (2:18)

Average Turnover Grid
This window is a planning tool that helps you determine the song rotation pattern for each music category. (3:14)

Scheduling
Beginning a new music log. The first view of interactive music scheduling. (4:51)

Scheduling Views
You can change the 'look' of your schedules within your format clocks (4:03)

Dayparts
You can define dayparts, or certain "times" of the day.  Morning Drive and Afternoon Drive are common examples. This video shows how to create or 'define' a daypart. (2:12)

Reports
You can create any kind of song or library report you may need.  Here's how. This video has the LE look. (7:47)

Automation Selection
M1 works with all digital broadcast/automation system.  Most of the ones in wide use are already built in. Here's how to select yours and set the specifications for the log export (2:14)

Traffic Import Design
If you're going to import commercials and one of the pre-defined imports do not properly read your traffic log, you can design a custom import.  Here's how to do that.  (5:00)

Importing Commercials
You can merge the commercial/advertising log from your traffic & billing software into Music 1.  Here's how to set up units in the Format Clocks so the software will read the advertising log and import the right commercial cluster into the proper slots. (3:41)

Log Print Design
You can custom design the way your log prints. Decide which fields will be on the printed page, where each field is to be positioned on the page, the font style & size for each unit. You may have additional log formats that are print-to-file which may be then opened with word processors or imported into web pages.  (printing functions are not available in the Live365 version.)  (6:15)

Importing Tab or Comma Delimited Files
We'll import song data for you, but if you'd like to try doing that yourself, this video shows how to import from a delimited file. (7:15)

Importing Fixed Width Files
To import a fixed-width text file, the basics are the same as with delimited text files with only one difference which you see in this video.  If you attempt to import text files, it will be good to watch both of these videos because you will pick up valuable instructions from each. (9:06)