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Re: AMB-OS and iMediaTouch
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Subject: Re: AMB-OS and iMediaTouch
From: Mark <mbohnett43@bevcomm.net>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2017 00:32:58 -0500

Patrick ... Yes

You can use wave, mp2 or mp3.  Rename to end with "mts".

You will need to schedule the PGM0000 file in Amb-OS to download sometime after midnight (local time)

You can set the Amb-OS destination folder to be your "pgm" folder but only if you don't download spots.  Most sites copy to a folder and then transfer the programs.  We use "Second Copy" and transfer the files from the Amb-OS folder to the "pgm" folder.

"C:/OpLog/Audio/pgm" or your "O" drive.

This works as well with some FTP programs (usually mp3). Amb-OS does the lion share of the work.

Mark (MN)

On September 11, 2017, at 1:02 PM, Patrick Fisher <pfisher@goldenwestradio.com> wrote:

Good afternoon everyone,


We recently acquired a station running iMediaTouch over the past two months.  Up until now, they've been manually downloading programs from their AMB-OS unit and importing them into the system by hand.  


Not knowing much about OMT, what format does the AMB-OS need to export as for OMT, and is there an easy way to import directly into the automation system?


Thanks in advance!


Patrick Fisher.

Engineering/IT for Golden West Broadcasting.
Office: 1(306) 636-6110 | Mobile: 1(306) 461-9751

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