Myriad Command TAGPLAYINGAUDIO


Myriad Command TAGPLAYINGAUDIO

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philedmonds
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I've just been reading through the Myriad Command Reference documentation.

I note the TAGPLAYINGAUDIO command.

Running the command

PLAYER TAGPLAYINGAUDIO ALL

I get a 'success' reply, when I send this over TCP, the doc says this command

"Notes information aboutcurrently playing audio into the Tagged folder"

however I can't figure out where this Tagged folder is.

I'm using Myriad v3.6.6









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Crikey it's been a while since I've seen that one! Took me a moment to remember!

I seem to remember its in the Audiowall folder Smile

You can also do it from a hardware line - it was put in so a program controller could have a bell push on their desk to "tag" any item that didn't sound right for later review by reading the text file.

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Yes it's in the Audiowall folder and it saves out a csv file with file name based on date -

i.e.   myriad3-2014-06-24.csv

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Excellent! Let us know of any good uses you think of for it Smile

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