Edit List

Fig 11

Fig 11

The edit list preferences enable or disable live edit list exports or imports during capture and coding sessions.

Exports

XML 

  • Export Sportstec XML” turns on automatic Studiocode XML export during capture and coding.
  • To Folder” sets the folder for where the file is saved.
  • Use Package name – This option creates the edit list using the same name as the package. “Use name” sets the default name for the XML file.
  • Save with capture package – This saves the edit list next to the capture package making it easier for users to use Excel or other third party reporting solutions.

Excel

  • Export Excel Spreadsheet” turns on automatic traditional Excel edit list export during capture and coding.
  • To Folder” sets the folder for where the file is saved.
  • Use package name – This creates the edit list using the same name as the package.
  • Save with capture package – This saves the edit list next to the capture package making it easier for users to use Excel or other third party reporting solutions.

Either format can be exported singularly or simulatenously. The file formats are described at length in the Export section of this manual.

  • Update edit list every NN seconds” sets the frequency at which new data is written to the file. It can be used to help with timing of third party data presentation work flows. – Use this option to increase or decrease the frequency of which the edit list is updated. This applies to both exports and helps with timing when scripting is used to pick up the data from the file.

NOTE: Be careful not to set this number too low, in some situations trying to update a file too quickly will actually take the process longer overall and can also interrupt other processes.

Choose the target file directory by clicking the popup menu below the Directory for timeline text. The default is the capture package and generally this option should always be used. Only change this setting if these data files will be used in an alternate workflow like for updating a web site . We recommend always using the XML format.

NOTE: Another added benefit of enabling these options, is they provide another form of backup for the timeline data.

Imports

  • Enable auto XML Import copying” initiates a procedure that copies the XML file from a remote folder to import into the timeline. This preference helps in areas where network connectivity is weak.

 

 


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