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My scheduled event stop playing before the end

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Radio Etincelles des Gona´ves

2007-01-16 00:50:56

My scheduled event stop playing before the end

Hi all,
Help me pleeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaase!!!
My station stop playing at least 25 times a day. When my scheduled events are playing, after 3 messages in the group, it stops and gives the messages: The system cannot find the files specified. When restart my computer, it plays like everything is ok. When the time arrive to play the event, before the end of each scheduled event, it stop playing agin.

My station is like a game now. Everybody calls me to blame me. Please help me.

Thanks a lot

Ian

2007-01-16 19:57:52

Re: My scheduled event stop playing before the end

This sounds like your hard disk is going to sleep.

Check the settings in the power setup within the control panel.

If it is being left on overnight, but with nothing playing, try recording a 10second piece of silence and schedule that 2 minutes before your really want to start things playing - it will kick start the hard disc.

Esdras MONDELUS

2007-01-17 03:11:52

Re: My scheduled event stop playing before the end

Thank you my friend. M. Spry advised me what to do yesterday: In the options, I have selected "Ignore all errors". Everything is okey now.
God bless you

Daniel

2007-01-24 05:07:10

Re: My scheduled event stop playing before the end

One thing I would like to add. You have to be careful when selecting "Ignore all errors". It's a quick solution, but problem goes deeper.
You may check all path to your files, if working within a private network, and songs.mp3 are in other PC or HDD.
This setting can make your playlists shorter, and the may not have enough time of playing to reach the next scheduled event and then interrupt your radio transmision.

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