Wow great! Just tried it out and works perfectly, thanks!
Would be very nice if exporting a cue sheet from a script mixdown would also be possible.
I found a small bug in the track marker system. We just started our mixed shows now and see that when the first marker is set at 00:00:00, so the very beginning of the track, it is ignored, but instead the actual information of the item itself is logged. I think this should be the other way around. In most cases I would think that the content you put in the artist and title field of such files is only for internal use and it’s the track markers you want in logging (website playlist, RDS, icecast, etc.). Is this also something you can fix easily?
This brings me to another suggestion for the cue points dialog. It would be very nice if you could just search for items from the database there. For example most of the songs we use in our mixes are also included in our database, so if we could search for an item there (like for example you search for an item when defining a specific item in an hour template), the system could just link that marker to a database id and use all metadata from that item (artist, title, external id, attributes). You could replace the “id” field with such a search field. In case it’s an item you don’t have in your db you can always manually fill in the artist and title…
Also, I would suggest adding and extra field there “item type” where you can adjust the item type for that marker instead of using the one defined in the parent db item. For example if you haves mixes and set the item type to “package” like we do now, and set all track markers to item type “music”, you can easily avoid any internal things in logging. Perhaps it would also be the best solution to the bug in the third paragraph because you can then by default log both, and always choose which item types you want in your logging. Another idea would be to add an extra item type “track marker”, would also be useful since I think at this point there is no way of distinguishing a track marker from a real item.
Stuff to think about, and all suggestions and ideas from other users are welcome of course!