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2. Create an Auto Step: right-click on an empty cell and select Auto Step. '''(A)'''
 
2. Create an Auto Step: right-click on an empty cell and select Auto Step. '''(A)'''
:select the Auto Step and edit the options according to your wish:  
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:Select the Auto Step and edit the options according to your wish:  
*After: time the auto step needs to be activated, '''(B)'''
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:*After: time the auto step needs to be activated, '''(B)'''
*Go forward / Go back / Go to: the direction,  '''(C)'''
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:*Go forward / Go back / Go to: the direction,  '''(C)'''
*Numeric field: insert the number of cues to skip forward or back to, or the title of the cue you wish to go to. '''(D)'''
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:*Numeric field: insert the number of cues to skip forward or back to, or the title of the cue you wish to go to. '''(D)'''
  
 
''Tip: You can use Auto Steps to create looping playlists and for jumping to defined Cues in large Playlists.''
 
''Tip: You can use Auto Steps to create looping playlists and for jumping to defined Cues in large Playlists.''
  
 
[[File:Playlist_Autostep.png|728px]]
 
[[File:Playlist_Autostep.png|728px]]

Revision as of 17:46, 15 January 2020

In this tutorial, a playlist with Auto Steps is created. The Auto Step is an automation that defines a specific Cue of the Playlist and plays it after a specific amount of time.

1. First, create a playlist with multiple media files.

2. Create an Auto Step: right-click on an empty cell and select Auto Step. (A)

Select the Auto Step and edit the options according to your wish:
  • After: time the auto step needs to be activated, (B)
  • Go forward / Go back / Go to: the direction, (C)
  • Numeric field: insert the number of cues to skip forward or back to, or the title of the cue you wish to go to. (D)

Tip: You can use Auto Steps to create looping playlists and for jumping to defined Cues in large Playlists.

Playlist Autostep.png