The Play Lists option gives your VideoTizer the ability to memorize a set of programs and ClipMarks in a
You can play a Play List, or schedule playback of a Play List, as a single item.
This option can be a tremendous time-saver for systems with complex playback schedules.
For one type of Play List, you specify a particular length (playing time).
This gives you a "container" of time to fill with programs and clips, which you can simply drag and drop
into the list.
Position the clips at the relative start times you want within the list.
Then you specify the "fill," which is either a program (your default logo, for example) or a source
(an external bulletin board display, for example).
When VideoTizer plays back your play list, any gaps between the items in the list will be padded with your chosen fill.
In effect your Play List is a mini schedule, which you can then use or schedule where you want it.
You can also create Play Lists without a specific length or fill.
These lists are simply a series of programs or ClipMarks which are played back-to-back.
This type of Play List is useful for presentations rather than for scheduling.
You can create or edit a Play List within either the VideoTizer Browser or within
Video Commander Professional Edition.
A friendly graphical display of the Play List allows you to drag new programs or ClipMarks into the list or drag the
clips within the list into new positions.
Play Lists consume virtually no storage space on your VideoTizer, because they are simply lists of sections of programs
to play, rather than the video data itself.
The Play Lists option is available as an upgrade for all existing VideoTizer systems.
Contact your IRIS Technologies sales representative for more information.