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The tracks you have added will be shown in the playlist:

PRESETS

Presets are simple playlists that can be used in the same way as a preset station on your radio tuner; for example, you may have a preset which plays a random selection from your entire music library. Although you can select a preset for playback using the TV user interface presets are more commonly used by simple multi-room control systems and remote controls to trigger playback without referring to the TV screen. For more information see the chapter called Using your Digital Music Server in a Multiroom System p.40.

Before a preset can be used a selection of music must be assigned to that ‘station’:

Storing a preset

Editing a Playlist

You can change a playlist at any stage by adding items, deleting tracks, or changing position of tracks in the playlist.

To add items to a playlist Either:

  • Select the playlist you want to change from the Select Playlist menu in the library.

  • Press the Info action key to display the Playlist Information menu.

  • Use the or keys to highlight the Edit tracks

option and press the Select action key.

Display the Main Menu by pressing the on your Digital Music Server remote control.

Press the or key to highlight the Library option and press the Select action key.

Press the or key to highlight the Presets option and press the Select action key.

The existing presets will be displayed:

key

or:

  • Select Edit Playlists from the Library menu and highlight the playlist you want to change.

  • Press the Select action key to open the playlist for editing.

  • Use the or keys to highlight the Edit tracks option and press the Select action key.

Once you have selected the appropriate playlist:

  • Press the -Add action key to add new tracks, and locate the item you want to add by browsing through the music library.

To remove a track from a playlist.

  • Open the playlist as previously described.

  • Press the or keys to highlight the track you

want to remove.

If you have not previously stored a preset all the names will be labelled [Empty].

  • Use the or keys to highlight the preset you wish to program and press the Info action key.

  • The following menu allows you to choose whether you wish to rename the preset or re- program it:

  • Press the Remove action key to remove the track.

  • Press the Remove action key to confirm your choice.

To change the position of a track within a playlist.

  • Open the playlist as previously described.

  • Press the or keys to highlight the track you want to change.

  • Press the Move action key to move the track.

  • Press the or keys to move the track up or down as required.

  • Press the Store key to confirm the new track position.

To select the music for a preset:

  • Press the or key to highlight the Set option

and press the Select action key.

You will be prompted to select an item from the library to store as your preset. This may be a single track, an

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