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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 1:40 am ]
Post subject:  6. My Files

6. My Files

In the "My Files" section of the Planner, you will find all the sounds you have uploaded to the different Audio boxes in your radio, all categories together.

Remember that your radio can store up to 1000 uploaded soundtracks if it has been activated less than three months earlier and up to 3000 soundtracks three months after activation.

By "activation", we mean the date when the first Planning was generated –not to be confused with the date of creation of the radio.

From this page you can permanently delete soundtracks on your radio.

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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 1:49 am ]
Post subject:  6.1 “My Files” page

6.1 “My Files” page

When accessing “My Files”, you’ll go to the following page:

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This page offers the following features:

    1) Total number of uploaded soundtrack files –to manage your available limit.

    2) Drop down list to select the soundtracks and filter an Audio section.

    • Music
    • Jingle
    • Promo
    • Action
    • Podcast
    • Fillers

    3) Soundtrack status drop down list
  • Valid files: metadata are correct and the files are ready to be programmed provided the icon which indicates that a soundtrack is not yet available on servers is no longer present.

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  • Invalid files: metadata is incomplete and you have to edit the soundtrack to complete it –at least "artist" and "title" fields. The icon indicates that the file is invalid.

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    4) The different columns to sort out the tracks by clicking on the name

    • Artist
    • Title
    • Boxes: of the Audio Boxes which contain the soundtrack
    • Style: The music genre that you have set when editing the soundtrack
    • Duration
    • BPM: The number of beats per minute that you have set when editing the soundtrack
    • Year: Release year of the song
    • Date: Date in which the file was added to your Radio Manager
    • Share: The Facebook or Twitter icon will tell you if the file is associated with one of these social networks

    5) Filters: by typing text you can narrow down the list of songs displayed.

    6) The various options that allow you to edit a soundtrack: they are displayed by running your mouse over the soundtrack line

    • The Box(es) which contain(s) the soundtrack –with a direct link to the Box(es)
    • Song data
    • Editing a song
    • Editing soundtrack mix points
      (For further details, refer to Chapter 2 - Audio )

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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:00 am ]
Post subject:  6.2 Copying to an Audio Box

6.2 Copying to an Audio Box

In the same way you copied soundtracks from an Audio Box to another Box, you can select one or more soundtracks and drag & drop them into the target Box.

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You can only transfer these sounds to another Box of the same audio category to which they are associated. This association is based on the Audio Box to which you have uploaded the soundtrack.

You can also copy soundtracks from different Audio Boxes to a Playlist but not to a Podcast.

The difference with transfers of an Audio Box to another Audio Box is that the planner will not prompt you to separate the soundtracks copied from "My Files" because it is the "master" file.

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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:06 am ]
Post subject:  6.3 Permanent soundtrack deletion

6.3 Permanent soundtrack deletion

If you remove a soundtrack from "My Files", it will permanently be deleted and will also result in the removal of the different boxes in which it operates

Deleting a single soundtrack

If you want to remove only one soundtrack from "My Files", simply click on the red x that appears on the right of the line when you hover the mouse over it.

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Deleting multiple soundtracks

If you want to delete several soundtracks simultaneously, you’ll have to select them and then click the "Delete" button that appears at the top of the page.

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Deleting a whole filtered selection

Another way to delete multiple sounds simultaneously is to apply one or more text filters in these columns –e.g. U2 in the artist column if you want to display only the titles by U2, but
you can also filter by the date added, a Box, or any other filter.

If the result displayed is what you want to delete, click on "Select all" and then "Delete." You can deselect one or more sounds of this selection by clicking on it.

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The files will be permanently deleted from your radio once you confirm the deletion on the summary page that appears when clicking on the "Delete" button
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NOTE: If you delete a sound already present in a previously generated Planning, will nevertheless be played correctly when the Planning is broadcasted.

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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:07 am ]
Post subject:  7. Security

7. Security

By default, the radio Planner is only accessible via its creator’s Radionomy account.

However, you may want to allow others to edit your radio without revealing your personal access data and giving them appropriate rights to access the relevant features.

The Planner "Security" section allows you to invite others to work on your radio and to grant access rights to use various features.

This procedure takes four steps:

    1) Your contact creates a Radionomy account in that will give them access to the RMO (Radio Manager Online).
    This step is optional if the contact already has a Radionomy account.
    2) Send an invitation to your contact(s)
    3) They need to accept or reject the invitation to work on your radio
    4) After their acceptance, you have to define the rights you’ll grant to the contact(s)

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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:09 am ]
Post subject:  7.1 Inviting a contact

7.1 Inviting a contact

Enter the e-mail address of your contact in the area provided for this purpose and click on the send icon.
Your contact's email address will appear as "Acceptance Pending" at the page top.

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Your contact will receive your invitation directly on their e-mail address inbox you have specified and also via a pop-up that will be displayed the next time they connect to the RMO

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Author:  Bob [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:14 am ]
Post subject:  7.2 Specifying Contact Rights

7.2 Specifying Contact Rights

Once the contact accepts the invitation, you'll be able to grant them their role, i.e. management rights on the same "Security" page.

The role of Program Manager will automatically check all boxes roles that you can set on the page. Of course you can leave this box unchecked and assign one or more specific roles to your contact.

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These roles include:

  • Box Management
  • Day template
  • Clock Management
  • Planning Management
  • Podcast Management

For these multiple roles you can specify whether you are granting addition, edition or deletion rights.
  • Viewing radio audience statistics
  • Audio Management: management is itself subdivided into notifications on social networks, editing of mix points, editing constraints, permanent deletion of a sound, editing a
    soundtrack, downloading a soundtrack.

You can of course grant as many rights as you want to the same contact and modify them whenever you want.

NOTE: If you want to terminate the collaboration of this contact on your radio, you can simply click on the "Delete" button next to their username.

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Author:  Domi [ Fri May 04, 2018 5:31 am ]
Post subject:  5.2.5 Generation of Transition Jingles

5.2.5 Generation of Transition Jingles

On your Planning page, you can activate a Transition Jingles box.
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A Transition Jingles box is a standard Jingles box which can be either a Jingles box already used, either a specific box you created normally in the audio category "Jingles".
You can choose which Jingles box you want to use by ticking the box "Activate Transition Check"

During the planning generation, the generator will favor the sequences of identical or moderate tempos, avoiding if possible to schedule a track beginning with a tempo "fast" after a track ending in a tempo "slow" or conversely.
Titles beginning or ending on a tempo "medium" are compatible with three types of tempo "slow", "medium" and "fast".

When the generator fails to find a suitable transition according to the Day Template schedule and the constraints applied to your boxes, then it inserts a Transition jingle selected randomly into the box that you have previously defined.

These transition jingles are not subject to the constraints of repetition or broadcasting and thus do not influence other jingles normally programmed into your Clocks.

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