AVOID TIME GAP between programs

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bizzul
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AVOID TIME GAP between programs

Post by bizzul » 29 Apr 2012 18:29

During make schedule, how to avoid time gap between programs? For example I have make 1 hour jazzy program , but actual tracks loaded only 55 minutes, so I have 5 minutes time gaps between next program. How to avoid this problem?
Is it possible by silence detection we create new list?

Thank you.

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radio42
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Re: AVOID TIME GAP between programs

Post by radio42 » 30 Apr 2012 21:14

I asume, that you are using a simple script to start your program, which loads the respective pre-created playlist file.
E.g. your script might look like this:
1. LoadPlaylist; C:\My Music\MyPlaylist.pfp; Count=1

If your playlist file is actually short in time, you might simply add a few more script-lines to your script, e.g.:
1. LoadPlaylist; C:\My Music\MyPlaylist.pfp; Count=1
2. Random; MyMediaLib; Count=1

Now make also sure, that your 'LoopLine' parameter in your script is set to 2 !
This will ensure, that the script (in case it is looped once all script-lines have been executed) will actually loop with the 2nd script-line, this to avoid, that your 1st script-line is executed again and as such the playlist file would be loaded again.

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