Re: New mix settings
Posted: 26 Aug 2019 00:33
It is true. But there's nothing to do with it
The Playout and Radio Automation Solution
maybe designed to serve a different purpose, but it do the trick anyway. at this time it still the best way to achieve my goal.radio42 wrote: ↑25 Aug 2019 11:59 I do not know what ‘rules’ and media types you are using.
I might one one day also add a new MixIn type per single track; but the recent negative CueInOffset was designed to serve a different purpose, ie. Look to the example given in the post regarding a Level42 track which as a very long intro, which should always be played a few seconds earlier than the effective cue-in.
That's not my point. I need to reduce the column width. Player, #, Schedule and Playlime columns are too wide and cannot be shrunk anymore after the update. That shows the picture.radio42 wrote: ↑26 Aug 2019 07:07 I am not sure, what I can see on the screenshot?
But as you have the column band headers visible you need to size those bands instead of the individual columns? Is that what you are looking for?
Note, that the bands for new additional columns (ie the TempoStart and TempoEnd columns), so if you don’t want to display them, simply remove them from the view.
Readability should not be a problem. This is how CartMaster has it.radio42 wrote: ↑29 Aug 2019 07:50 The segue tracks are already colored by the player color (line below the waveform) as such the colorization of the waveform is not important for me and also comes with some downsides, eg. readability of the track markers. As such, I am not sure if I will implement this.