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Cameron Yang
Film Handler

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From: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Registered: Sep 2016

 - posted 11-10-2017 06:50 PM      Profile for Cameron Yang   Email Cameron Yang   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I've opened an existing playlist generated by our LMS on our GDC server, and manually added two light cues (Credit and Feature automation cues to be exact) to trigger halfway through the feature.

Upon trying to save this playlist, it's quoting the following:
'There are conflicts in schedules using this playlist. Please review your schedules'.

I'm confused, as I'm not adding any content that's risking the playlist in question overlapping with the next...can someone help me? I just want to add this bloody intermission but it's proving a nightmare!

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Monte L Fullmer
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From: Nampa, Idaho, USA
Registered: Nov 2004

 - posted 11-15-2017 06:16 PM      Profile for Monte L Fullmer   Email Monte L Fullmer   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Plus, it's usually not a DCP practice to break up a show to have an intermission due to contract agreements. Thus, best check into this prior to the above procedure.

You need to adjust your schedule times better since you are creating an overlap of scheduling - why the error messages.

Thus, if your SPL starts at 1:00, ends at 2:50 and begins again at 3:10 .. then you do the addition of cues for intermission, the SPL time is going over the 3:10 mark for the next scheduled time.

Delete all of those scheduled showtimes and redo with longer periods of you don't get this collision.

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