Control Section
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In the control section there is a preview window for each of the two playlist channels with adjacent buttons for operating playback.Above these buttons you will find several timers that help you to keep track of the timing of your … Read More

Overview
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Menu Bar The menu bar takes you to the basic settings of PLAYDECK. Under the menu item File you will find the commands for creating, opening or saving a playlist, the functions for importing and exporting a playlist as well … Read More

Keyboard Shortcuts
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Most of the control commands for the operation of the two playlists, the overlay and action buttons as well as the editing window can be easily and flexibly assigned with keyboard shortcuts: First, define your keyboard layout. Then select the … Read More

Incoming
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PLAYDECK can be controlled remotely via a number of different methods, but can also send out control commands itself.To control PLAYDECK from outside, the following methods are available: TCP Commands Auto-play via NDI Tally Light Auto-play via GPI / COM-Port … Read More

Actions
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An action is a media file (video, audio or full-screen graphics) in direct access. As soon as the corresponding button is pressed, PLAYDECK starts playing the stored file. Up to 30 such action files can be stored per playlist channel … Read More

Overlays
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An overlay is an image, a text, a ticker, an HTML file or even a website that can be superimposed on the output video signal. The image may or may not be full-screen and may or may not contain transparency … Read More

Block End Functions
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Each playback block in PLAYDECK ends with an end of block command.Right clicking on the block end opens the Block End Functions: Insert Clip inserts a playlist entry just before the end of the block. Delete (Merge Blocks) deletes the … Read More

Clip Related Functions
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Each playback block consists of one or more clips. A clip can be a video, an audio track, a graphic, or a live input: Meaning of the symbols and information from left to right: The green checkmark indicates that PLAYDECK … Read More

Block Header Functions
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A playback block always starts with the block header, which contains the name of the block as well as information on scheduled start times, if applicable. Blocks can be moved my clicking and moving the Block Header. If you press … Read More

Area of Interest
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PLAYDECK can freely scale and position the content to be played back within the selected output resolution. This is especially useful if the playback is to be performed on a medium which has a different physical resolution and expects the … Read More

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