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sideshowbond
macros:example:timecodestarttime [2020/04/05 10:37] (current)
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 ====== Timecode - Set Start Time ====== ====== Timecode - Set Start Time ======
  
-^ by: | Alex del Bondio (with a little help, see here, November 2019 | +^ by:           ​| Alex del Bondio (as usual with a little help, November 2019)  ​
-^ published: | here | +^ published: ​   | here                                                          
-^ description:​ | Set the start time for the internal timecode or Winamp |+^ description: ​ | Set the start time for the internal timecode or Winamp ​       |
  
 The idea is to use this macro to set the start time for the Winamp timecode and by doing so selecting tracks in Winamp without patching Winamp as a fixture. Here is an example for timecode 4 (I usually have TC 4 set to Winamp...) The idea is to use this macro to set the start time for the Winamp timecode and by doing so selecting tracks in Winamp without patching Winamp as a fixture. Here is an example for timecode 4 (I usually have TC 4 set to Winamp...)
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 {{tag>​set start time timecode}} {{tag>​set start time timecode}}
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 +//There are similar functions and properties in the namespaces [[macros:​namespace:​timecode.timecodeone|]],​ [[macros:​namespace:​timecode.timecodetwo|]],​ [[macros:​namespace:​timecode.timecodethree|]] and [[macros:​namespace:​timecode.timecodefour|]]. Use the functions for the particular timecode you want to use.//
  
 ==== functions ==== ==== functions ====
-  * [[macros:​function:​Timecode.TimecodeFour.SetStartTime]]+  * [[macros:​function:​Timecode.TimecodeOne.SetStartTime]]
   * [[macros:​function:​Timecode.MakeTimecodeTime]]   * [[macros:​function:​Timecode.MakeTimecodeTime]]
-  * [[macros:​function:​Timecode.TimecodeFour.Reset]]+  * [[macros:​function:​Timecode.TimecodeOne.Reset]] 
 +  * [[macros:​function:​Math.IsEqual]] 
 + 
 +==== properties ==== 
 +  * [[macros:​property:​Timecode.TimecodeOne.IsControlAllowed|]] 
 + 
 +==== control structure ==== 
 +  * [[macros:​control_structures|step condition]]
  
 The longer file with macros for all four timecodes is available here: {{ :​macros:​example:​timecode_setstarttime_full.xml |}} The longer file with macros for all four timecodes is available here: {{ :​macros:​example:​timecode_setstarttime_full.xml |}}
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 ===== Code ===== ===== Code =====
  
-<code xml TimecodeStartStop.xml>+<code xml TimecodeSetTime.xml>
 <?xml version="​1.0"​ encoding="​utf-8"?>​ <?xml version="​1.0"​ encoding="​utf-8"?>​
 <​avolites.macros>​ <​avolites.macros>​
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 See [[macros:​deploying]]. \\  See [[macros:​deploying]]. \\ 
  
-E.g. built cuelist and load the relevant macro into the steps required.+What I like to do: use it in my set list for preprogrammingWhen you program with timecode changing the playlist in Winamp is bit of a pain. Instead I add track macros in the setlist making Winamp skip to the desired track.
  
 ~~DISCUSSION~~ ~~DISCUSSION~~
macros/example/timecodestarttime.1573420921.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/11/10 22:22 by sideshowbond