Auto Importer Placeholders
Placeholders can be added to the Title, Artist and Year fields within the Overrides Tab.
|%BLANK%||A blank space|
|%DATETIME%||The date and time|
|%DATETIME_FILE_LASTMODIFIED%||The modified date and time of the file being imported.|
|%DAY_OF_WEEK%||The full name of the current day of the week. For example Monday, Friday, Saturday.|
|%TIME%||The current time in format HH:mm:ss. For example 13:04:52|
|%TIME_12%||The current time in format hh:mm:ss tt. For example 1:04:52 PM|
|%MACHINE_NAME%||The Windows PC name running Auto Importer|
|%DATE%||The current date in format dd-MM-yyyy. For example 05-12-2020|
|%DATE_US%||The current date in format MM-dd-yyyy. For example 12-05-2020|
|%YR%||The current year. For example 2020|
|%TITLE%||The current Title of the item within PlayoutONE before the new item imports.|
|%ARTIST%||The current Artist of the item within PlayoutONE before the new item imports.|
|%FILENAME%||The filename of the file being imported. For example The Beatles - Help.wav|
|%FILENAME_WITHOUT_EXT%||The filename of the file being imported with the extension. For example The Beatles - Help|
|%UID%||The UID of the item that was chosen or the UID of the item being replaced depending on which Import Method is being used.|
|%DATEADD%(1,2,3)%|| Made up of three parameters
1 = The date property. This can be set to HR for Hour, DA for Day, MO for Month, YR for Year.
2 = The interval. This is a numerical value. Can be positive or negative.
3 = The format to show the calculated value in. For more information on setting date values see DateTime Formats
Using example %DATEADD(DA,1,dd-MM-yyyy)% we would be left with the value 06-12-2020 if ran on the 5th December.
Using example %DATEADD(MO,1,dd-MM-yyyy)% we would be left with the value 05-01-2021 if ran on the 5th December.