TV Station - Scheduling

In the main Control Panel screen for TV Station, click on the button TV Station and wyou will see:
TV Screen #2
To schedule for the 22nd (for example), click on the box for the 22nd.

You will see the Wowza Playlist :: Create Playlist screen.
TV Screen #3Fill out the form for Name of Playlist (must be unique) / Start Playing (time) / Stop Playing (time) / Calendar Colour (which will show on calander) 

You will then be brought to the Playlist Screen, to set up what you want to play at the Start Playing time yu entered above.
TV Screen #5
You can see that I have dragged 2 Videos to the right (Budweiser Clydesdale Horses & El Gordo) to be in my playlist.  You can change the order by moving them up or down.  When finished, hit the Save Playlist button.

TV Screen #6

Above the Videos, you will see a light green bar that says "Playlist saved successfully.  Restart your service to apply changes".  Click on the Restart your service ... If you receive an error, wait 15 seconds and try again.

This will take us back to the Service Overview Screen.  Now click on TV STATION one more time.

You can now see the scheduled program called "sunday2" that we have saved.  If you want to make changes or delete it, just click on the program and it will take you back to the Playlist Manager screen where you can change it.

TV Screen #8

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