not so easy, I think. It does not look like a solution within mAirList; we will have to think about it.
We had a solution for a customer with a similar problem, but the signal split was different: One went out of the mixer directly to the FM hardware, the other one to the mAirList encoder. We solved it with regionalisation and the High Priority input, overriding the encoder signal in mAirList.
In your case maybe a second hardware should be involved. We’re discussing it internally.
Can you take the output from the mixer into Mair to regionalise to the encoder? Setting the output from the encoder to (for example)
1: FM gear (not streaming realy just getting it back out of the onair)
2: DAB+ stream
3: normal stream ?
With the option to run commercials seperate on each encoder stream?
The fun part is that we use Axia/Omnia so I guess I can use lots of audio over IP to run my audio.
How does this sound onair?
Best to run the commercial backtiming to the Top of the hour? and 30 minbreak for example?
I think there is one problem: You have 3 different streams, each one containing different commercial blocks.
I don’t know if the internet stream is allowed to contain the same commercials as on DAB or on FM, but if it is different and you need 3 regions, I don’t know how to solve it with one mixer output without additional hardware.
mAirList only has one High Priority, and the encoder plays the sum of all inputs send to mAirList…
Sure, the regionalization splits up the playouts, but when you split up one signal behind the mixer, this sounds complicated.
can you explain how I have to configure The “High Prioritys” on a advertising block?
My current id is to run mairlist without adverting to the mixer.
Take the audio back in, add High Priority" to the stream and stream that to the DAB server.
For Fm input the mixer, add commercials and connect that to the exciter. That would include a extra licence or other software.