An easy way for timing playbacks during monitoring

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An easy way for timing playbacks during monitoring

Postby WalterH » Mon Jun 05, 2023 2:47 pm

Good afternoon.

Is there an easy way to time scripts when I'm running eValid playbacks in monitoring mode?

TY
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Re: An easy way for timing playbacks during monitoring

Postby eValid » Tue Jun 06, 2023 1:09 pm

WalterH wrote:Good afternoon.

Is there an easy way to time scripts when I'm running eValid playbacks in monitoring mode?

TY


Thanks for posting, WalterH.

In the script you have these commands:

WaitHH [value]
WaitMM [value]
WaitModHH [value]
WaitModMM [value]
WaitTime HH MM
WaitTimeMod HH MM

For HH commands, the value parameter has a range of 00-23.

HH is a whole hour.

For all MM commands, the value parameter has a range of 00-59.

MM measures whole minutes.

WaitTime will wait for the exact hour 'HH' and exact minute 'MM' before running the next command.

WaitModHH will wait for the next exact hour that is a multiple of 'value' before running the next command.

WaitModMM will wait for the next exact minute that is a multiple of 'value' before running the next command.

WaitTimeMod will wait for the next exact hour that is a multiple of 'HH' and the next exact minute that is a multiple of 'MM' before running the next command.

WaitMod commands should ideally use values that are exactly divisible into 24 (for HH) and 60 (for MM).


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