CLOUD - Do Not Interrupt Playlist

Taylor Dixon

New member
Suggestion: It would be helpful if we could set playlists to be uninterrupted.

For example:
At the top of each hour we load a new music playlist. We then have various scheduled promos that runs at set intervals with interrupts the music playlist (this is what we want to happen).

However, if we scheduled a playlist of commercials to run at say 2:30PM and there were 6 - 30 second spots in the playlist, and the promo happens to fall at 2:32PM - we DON'T want the commercial's playlist to be interrupted. So an option to set certain playlists or scheduled events to be uninterruptable would be helpful and a lot easier then calculating all the different times things are scheduled to repeat to avoid collisions. Again this only applies to specific playlists such as commercials, so a simple toggle button to allow interruptions or not when scheduling would be helpful.
 

Rafa_Hahn

New member
Eu também percebi esse problema. A lista de reprodução limpa os eventos enviados. Estou gerando as listas de reprodução sempre 30 segundos antes da hora completa. Exemplo 10:59:30, para quando 11 horas entrar o que foi programado
 

djsoft

Well-known member
Staff member
However, if we scheduled a playlist of commercials to run at say 2:30PM and there were 6 - 30 second spots in the playlist, and the promo happens to fall at 2:32PM - we DON'T want the commercial's playlist to be interrupted
You can set the "Queue after scheduler tracks" option for promo and other events. This will make it inserted after the commercial block. You should also use the "Insert as regular music tracks" option for the music playlists.
 

Taylor Dixon

New member
You can set the "Queue after scheduler tracks" option for promo and other events. This will make it inserted after the commercial block. You should also use the "Insert as regular music tracks" option for the music playlists.
We already schedule music playlists as regular music tracks. You're saying promos should be inserted after scheduled tracks, but this means they go at the end of the hour, not at the time scheduled.
 
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djsoft

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Staff member
We already schedule music playlists as regular music tracks. You're saying promos should be inserted after scheduled tracks, but this means they go at the end of the hour, not at the time scheduled.
Not quite, if your music is inserted with the "Regular tracks" option, it will not be considered for the "Queue after scheduled tracks".
 
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