Editing Audio

Inside the media finder, on the top bar, you will find a pencil icon. If you click on an item in the media finder, then click the pencil, the Edit Audio window will open.

You can also open the Edit Audio window by double left-clicking on any item within the Media Finder.

This will then open the Window.

From here you can add the UID (Unique Identifier or cart number as we oldies used to say) title and artist detail, an intro point, hooks, extro and trim in and outs.

You also have a number of tabs above the main detail.

PlayoutONE Standard

Tab Description
The main area where you add your details to tracks
You can choose to Pitch or Tempo change the audio for playback. You can also choose to record in Mono and add a kill date (the date that the piece will expire.)
Add notes to items such as artist details or specifics that you wish presenters to see.
Splits and Commands
This tab allows you to tell PlayoutONE that the UID that is played in the log window should actually fire a remote item with equivalent UID. It will play the local ID silently. 
Add your copyright information to this tab for reconciliation to music copyright authorities.
Meta Data
Edit the actual MetaData that is output when a specific UID is played. This overrides the master output such as Artist and Title information.
Command Markers
These markers can be sued to do things such as fire commands from the UIDs at a specific time. Uses could be firing local sweepers during playing a main file such as a pre-recorded programme using a single UID. The inclusion of a command marker called at a specific time will activate the system to do or play something else that the time you set.
Cue Sheet
This function allows you to detail now playing information for programmes that are broadcast. This is useful for shows that are provided or recorded as segments and do not contain metadata to tell the listeners  

PlayoutONE Pro

Pro contains the same tabs as above, but also:

Tab Description
Rotate This tab allows you to select other audio items to appear as rotate/child UIDs that will be called up by this master UID or parent.
Rotate Parents This tab allows you to see the opposite of the above.
Daypart and Run Dates From here you can define when the UIDs can actually run or be used as Rotates.

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