Cutting-edge technology makes it suitable for broadcasters of all sizes. Distributed working is easy to achieve using the central web service.
Flexibility and optimal usability, combined with intelligent rule administration and informative analyses, make the new d'accord.rotation center the perfect partner for modern music scheduling.
The latest technology for optimal rotation
From the outset, the new d’accord.rotation center has been designed for the demands of modern broadcasting organisations. A central database manages the entire broadcaster – regardless of how many streams, divisions or users are accessing it. The application functions without any time delay. Thus, even working with large media libraries is fun again.
Multiple streams, divisions and users can access a central database simultaneously. Thus, programme splits or even test environments can be realised without outlay and in the minimum of time.
Central web service
Music planning is suddenly easy.
Good music scheduling is the foundation of a good programme. The new d’accord.rotation center offers many functions for creating the best possible rotation. The application supports the user here with intelligent rule processing and inheritance, a tidy, customisable user interface and definable rotation speeds.
The d’accord.rotation center offers a modern look and feel, completely orientated towards the user. The individual sections of the application can be arranged and stored as suits personal requirements. All components are easy to access through short operating steps.
In addition to the comprehensive rotation analysis for conflict resolution, a graphical evaluation of the rotation result can be created for the rotated broadcast. The distribution of properties is displayed by rotation features and thus makes analysis still easier.
For each stream and music genre, different fields can be defined in the database for each music item. Thus, for example, with classical music, additional relevant information such as the soloists or orchestra can also be stored. The fields can be provided with rotation rules.
Using negative or exclusion rules, a broadcasting slot or a pool can exclude specific rules from a rule package inherited from the top structure. This allows, say, jingles or promos from a blocked title to be excluded or hot rotation slots to be given their own rotation parameters.
Different rotation speeds
Different rotation speeds can be defined in the settings. These are then automatically executed in the subsequent sequence.
Elements generally inherit the rules of the element above them. Of course, individual elements within a structure can be overwritten with specific rules and rule packages.
Multiple pools for each slot
Broadcasting slots can be filled with one or more music pools. These pools can be compiled for each slot simply by drag and drop. The properties of the individual pools are thus compiled.
The work management function is specially designed for classical music. Here specific compositions or titles can be simply combined by drag and drop and used at any time.