Music 1 has one output for StationPlaylist Studio and another for StationPlaylist Creator. Creator is the system’s own scheduler, but many SPS users get Music 1 because of the more advanced functionality and flexibility of our software. The output for SPS is simpler; it’s just a basic .m3u-type playlist file but is delivered to SPS… Continue reading StationPlaylist Creator Setup
Many M1/StationPlaylist users also use the SPS “Creator” as it is required to import a more complex playlist than is needed for StationPlaylist alone. If one is doing remote voice tracking or wants SPS to have hard-syncs, soft-syncs, feed switching and time updates during the broadcast day, then it requires the Creator module. Below are… Continue reading StationPlaylist Creator Log Importer Settings
Music 1 can deliver both “hard” and “soft” start times to StationPlaylist Studio when you are also using the company’s “Creator” tool. There are two ways to do this. One way is to put a ‘command’ into the cart field on a non-music unit. There’s another post about that here. In newer versions of Music… Continue reading Hard Syncs and Soft Syncs for StationPlaylist Creator
There are two outputs for StationPlaylist in Music 1/Professional. One for StationPlaylistStudio and another for the company’s Creator. Using Creator adds a lot more functionality to SPS, allowing one to manually insert Voice Tracks into a finished schedule, to merge a music schedule and a traffic schedule and to insert Player Commands that tell SPS… Continue reading Player Commands For StationPlaylist Creator
Yes, both M1 Professional and SE have a built-in playlist export for StationPlaylistStudio. There are two; one for StationPlaylist alone, and another for StationPlaylist “Creator”. You’ll select the one you need in the Automaton Format field.