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Edit Track Window

Edit Track Window
 
The track editor is used to change the information stored on each track imported into PlayIt Live.
 
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File path

1. File path
 
This displays the location of the audio file on the file system. This cannot be changed once the track has been added.
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Track information

2. Track information
 
This area allows you to change the information stored on the track. Artist, Genre and Tags information will attempt to auto complete if there is similar information on other tracks in order to help keep data consistent.
3

Play and Stop buttons

3. Play and Stop buttons
 
Use the Play and Stop buttons to listen to the track. The audio device (sound card) used to play back the audio can be configured in Settings.
4

Cue In controls

4. Cue In controls
 
The Cue In point is the position in seconds where the track should be started by a player. Use the Set button while listening to the track to set the point to the current position. Use the Test button to listen to the track from the set position.
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Intro controls

5. Intro controls
 
The Intro point is the position in seconds where the vocals start on the track. This is counted down by the players on the main window. Use the Set button while listening to the track to set the point to the current position. Use the Test button to listen to the track from the set position.
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Cue Out controls

6. Cue Out controls
 
The Cue Out point is the position in seconds where the track is considered to have finished. When this point is hit in Live-Assist mode, the players will begin fading out this track and start playing the next. The players count down the remaining time to this point. Use the Set button while listening to the track to set the point to the current position. Use the Test button to listen to the track from the set position.
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Analyse button

7. Analyse button
 
Click the Analyse button to automatically detect the Cue In and Cue Out points based on the silence at the start and end of the track. The sensitivity of the analysis can be configured from Settings.
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Waveform

8. Waveform
 
The waveform shows the volume of the audio track over time. Overlayed on the waveform are the Cue In (grey), Intro (blue) and Cue Out (pink) points that are set above. While playing, click and drag over the track to seek to a different position in the track.
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Navigator

9. Navigator
 
Use the navigator to easily move to the previous and next track displayed in the list. Note, before moving between tracks, any changes to the current track will be saved.
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Save Track button

10. Save Track button
 
Click the Save Track to confirm changes to the current track.
11

Close button

11. Close button
 
Click the Close button to discard changes to the current track.