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Pal Script to import your hourly generated play lists in to SAM Broadcaster

The following pal script will load your hourly play lists in the queue of your SAM Broadcaster.
Be sure that the output file format from Music 1 matches the format in The Script and make sure the directory is correct. Or change the naming in the PAL script.
For help with Music 1 watch the video tutorials http://www.gomusic1.com/Videos/SE2_Videos/se2_videos.html
The 2 most common problems are

  • const PlaylistPath = 'C:\Sam Vitals\Play logs\'; // location your Music 1 play lists are saved.

If the path to your output is different than what is in the above line of the script.
You need to change it to the correct path.

  • The default naming convention used in the script is different than the format you have M1 outputting

if it is outputting yyyy-mm-dd.hh.m3u
You need to change the script so it uses the whole year instead of just the last 2 characters.
HoldYear := IntToStr(Year);;
TheYear := Copy(HoldYear,3,2);
HoldYear := IntToStr(Year);
TheYear := HoldYear;

To take a look in the output wind for exactly what and where the script is looking uncomment out the follow lines
Playlist := PlayListPath + TheYear+TheMonth+TheDay+ '.' + TheHour + Fileextension;
// writeln (TheYear);
// writeln (TheMonth);
// writeln (TheDay);
writeln (Playlist);
writeln (TheYear);
writeln (TheMonth);
writeln (TheDay);
The writeln will output in the SAM IDE , Edit Output Window for the script

PAL script for putting Music 1 SE hourly playlists into the queue at 3 minutes before the hour
based on the naming scheme of Music 1 for hourly playlists
You will need to change the constants to meet your needs.
The load time can be changed as well as clearing que or waiting for 1 song play clear queue and add.

This is a basic script . A starting Place

PAL.Loop := True;

const PlaylistPath = 'C:\Sam Vitals\Play logs\'; // location your Music 1 playlists are saved
const Fileextension = '.m3u'  ; // the playlist extension

var Present: DateTime;
var Year, Month, Day, Hour, Min, Sec, MSec,DayLength,MonthLength, HourLength : Integer;
var HoldYear,TheYear,TheMonth, TheDay, TheHour, Playlist :String;
var LessThan : Boolean;

//Present:= Now + 1;  // since we are loading a few minutes before the next day we want the next days list
Present:= Now;
DecodeTime(Present, Hour, Min, Sec, MSec);
writeln ( IntToStr(Hour));
Hour := Hour + 1;
If (Hour = 24) then
   Hour := 0; // set it to mid night
writeln ('Hour to get ' + IntToStr(Hour));
if (Hour = 0)   Then
    Present:= Now + 1;

DecodeDate(Present, Year, Month, Day);
HoldYear :=  IntToStr(Year);
TheYear := Copy(HoldYear,3,2); // copy the last 2 digits of the year 2007 would copy the 07
TheMonth :=  IntToStr(Month);
TheDay := IntToStr(Day);
TheHour := IntToStr(Hour);
MonthLength := length(TheMonth) ;
DayLength := length(TheDay);
HourLength := length(TheHour);

LessThan := MonthLength < 2;
If (LessThan)  Then
   TheMonth := '0'+ TheMonth; // if a single digit add 0 to front

LessThan := DayLength < 2;
If (LessThan)  Then
    TheDay := '0'+ TheDay; // if a single digit add 0 to front

	LessThan := HourLength < 2;
If (LessThan)  Then
    TheHour := '0'+ TheHour; // if a single digit add 0 to front
Playlist := PlayListPath + TheYear+TheMonth+TheDay+ '.' + TheHour + Fileextension;
//  writeln (TheYear);
//  writeln (TheMonth);
//  writeln (TheDay);
   writeln (Playlist);

PAL.WaitforTime(T['xx:55:00']);  // wait for 5 minutes befor the hour 

   Queue.AddList(Playlist,ipBottom); // add playlist to bottom of the queue
   WriteLn('Loaded: '+Playlist);



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