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Overview of Timed Play
Timed Play is something you may or may not ever use. Instead of playing songs or other audio files semi-randomly based on a format, the Timed Play option plays specific songs at specific times. This is useful for retail stores, clubs, restaurants, and bars. Here are some examples where you can use Timed Play to your advantage:
Adding A File to Play
First, Search for the music or audio file you wish to use. The file must be in the MP3, WMA, or iTunes M4A audio formats. The Search function searches on the filename only, not on tags within the file.
In this example, Happy Hour and Last Call (2 of the 8 announcement files provided with RoboDJ) have been set. Note that Happy Hour is always set for 5:30pm 7 days a week, but the Last Call is set to 1:30am on weekends and 11:30pm on weekdays when the bar closes early.
How To Set Timed Play
Your schedule will show in the schedule window by order of day of the week and time of day. Once the file has been played, the time it played will also be displayed.
In this example the Play Schedule to be Saved shows the status so far of the schedule intended to be saved. The saved schedule shows in the window, along with the date and time Last Played if the audio file has been played.
This is a very special function that plays the audio file immediately when the RoboDJ clock hits the top of the minute of the scheduled time. This is useful when you need the file to play immediately. This is the only time a schedule will override play. The currently-playing song will immediately stop. This function is not recommended for normal RoboDJ use.
Once you have selected an audio file by clicking on the filename in the Select Audio window, you can click on Test Play to see if this is your intended audio file. The button will pop out again at the end of the file or you can click it again to stop play.
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