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Hi Guys,

 

I've been using Sam Broadcaster for a number of years now and have never known how to do this (if possible) hopefully you guys can help.

 

Basically I've got my online internet radio station streaming 24/7 music (keeping my computer on all night)

 

Now I've got my playlist all setup and have got numerous jingles - is there anyway where these jingles can be repeated after say 3 tracks? Instead of placing them in the queue manually?

 

Any help on this will be much appreciated.

 

Also how hard is it to link a request script to Sam?

 

Gareth.

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Hi Gareth,

First of all .. Welcome to BW

Secondly before posting .. please read sticky topics and other threads who where made by fellow members ...

Solution to your problem ?

visit my sticky topics at this link :

http://forums.broadcastingworld.net/showthread.php?t=7199

at the end of part 1 .. you gonna find a link to part 2

I guess after reading of all content you gonna be able to make from your SAM a real operational radiostation and not anymore an autoDJ

... where these jingles can be repeated after say 3 tracks? ...

Gareth.

Good Luck !

Visit and listen @ BW !

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Hi Guys,

 

I've been using Sam Broadcaster for a number of years now and have never known how to do this (if possible) hopefully you guys can help.

 

Basically I've got my online internet radio station streaming 24/7 music (keeping my computer on all night)

 

Now I've got my playlist all setup and have got numerous jingles - is there anyway where these jingles can be repeated after say 3 tracks? Instead of placing them in the queue manually?

 

Any help on this will be much appreciated.

 

Also how hard is it to link a request script to Sam?

 

Gareth.

 

 

Here is the solution:

 

PAL.Loop := True;

PAL.WaitForPlayCount(2);

CAT['Station IDs (All)'].QueueTop(smRandom, NoRules);

 

Modify "2" in PAL.WaitForPlayCount(2) to suit your needs.

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