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How to change a live input source or program duration in TVU Channel

You can quickly change the input source and program duration that is currently live from the Scheduler and Playout windows in TVU Channel.

How to change the input source or live program duration in TVU Channel:

Note: Live programs display green in the Playout window. The next scheduled program is indicated in yellow. If the Secondary record box is checked in the settings pop-up window for a program that is currently live, the color of the program may not display green.

  1. Click on a program in the Playout timeline or in the Scheduler.
  2. In the settings pop-up window, click the Events tab and make your changes.
  3. Select Live or Media from the left drop-down menu.
  4. Make a selection from the Select drop-down menu.
  5. Place your cursor in the Timing-In and Timing-Out fields to set your program duration and click Save. You can also click the Note tab, place your cursor in the date/time fields and change the duration, then click OK.
  6. When finished, click Save. Your new source selection is now live.

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TVU Channel is a cloud streaming service created by TVU Networks that completely revolutionizes creating, managing, operating, and monetizing a 24/7 digital channel. Using cellular bonding and low latency features, broadcasters & producers alike can manage remote productions and multi-camera live streaming with ease. Our zero infrastructure environment has massively reduced the time, cost, and complexity of creating custom channels. In addition to creating new content channels, many broadcasters use Channel as a backup for their television stations Master Control.