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Cách phát tệp âm thanh mp3, wav,v.v. (Audio Player)?

14/12/2018 252

Cách phát tệp âm thanh mp3, wav,v.v. (Audio Player)?

(1) Objective

(2) Installation

At SCADA version 3.00 or higher, Audio Player is installed by default. Audio Player must be installed as Add-on at SCADA version 2.14 or lower. Please contact to CIMON administrator if you need an Add-on for Audio Player.

(3) Configuration
+ Audio Player UI

(4) Basic Usage
+ Create a Digital Tag
+ Audio Player Configuration
+ Execute a Tag ON(1)/OFF(0) Operation

(5) Advanced Usage
+ Control on function “AddONCommand

1. Objective
– To replace the existing feature, PlaySound(compatible each other).
– With simple initial setting, Sound file can be played.
– Digital Tag value, ON(1)/OFF(0), is used to play or stop Sound file.
– Audio Player supports Sound file format such as MP3, WAV, MID and WMA.
– Audio Player supports diverse features such as Priority Play/ Replay/ Copy Audio File into Project.

2. Installation(required at SCADA version 2.14 or lower)

1) Copy and Paste file below into CIMON installation folder. AudioPlayerEditor.dll, AudioPlayerRun.dll

2) Open a file “AddOn.Lst” in CIMON installation folder (use NotePad or Text editing program), and enter a content below at the end of line and save it. AudioPlayerEditor.dll,Audio Player,adb,AudioPlayerRun.dll,,

3) After starting CIMON D, user can see the Audio Player on [Tools] menu or Project Workspace. If Audio Player is not added, please execute 1~2 step again.

3. Configuration

1) Audio Player Menu
Go to [Tools]  [Audio Player] menu.

[Audio File Iist]
① ▶ – To play the selected item in Audio File List.
② ■ – To stop the currently playing Demo Audio file.
Add – To add one file to Audio File List.
Remove – To delete the selected file from Audio File List.
Add Folder – To select a folder, and add all Audio files of folder to Audio File List.
Delete All – To delete all files in Audio File List.
No. – To display the number of added items in Audio File List.
File Name – Audio File Name.
Saving Location – Saving Location of Audio File.

[Arrow Button]
: To move the selected Audio File item to Audio Tag Link window or double click on file.
: To delete the selected items from Audio Tag Link window.

[Audio Tag Link]
Copy Audio File to Project Folder(Check Box) – To copy the files of Audio Tag link window into Project folder.
Search Tag – To open a Tag Database,and link the selected audio files to Tag.
Delete All – To delete all files in Audio Tag Link.
Save – To save an Audio File list and Audio Tag Link, and close the window.
Cancel – To close window without saving contents.
File Name – Audio File Name.
Tag Name – If user double-click on the Tag Name, Tag Database appears to select the desired Tag.
Priority – Priority can be set up from 1 to 100. The lower number has the higher priority when playing.
Replay – When Audio is added to Audio Tag Link window, the desired number of play can be set by clicking on it.
Saving Loaction – Saving Location of Audio File.

4. Basic Usage

1) Create a Digital Tag
Go to [Tools]
[Database], and click New Tag .

2) Set up an Audio Player.
Go to [Tools]
=>[Audio Player].

[Add an Audio File list]
(1) Click “Add” or “Add Folder” to add an Audio File.

[Apply To Audio Tag Link]
(1) Select the desired file at Audio File List, and click “” button to link with Tag.

[Audio Tag Link]
(1) Using a Search Tag, select a Tag in Database. Otherwise, double click on Tag.
(2) Using a “priority”, set a priority for playing list (item with the lower priority is played first).
(3) Select a number of Replay.

[Saving the Configuration]
(1) When copying the Audio file into Project folder, enable this feature.

(2) After setting is completed, click “Save” button.

3) Execute Tag Operation ON(1)/OFF(0)
Run CIMON X, and check out whether Sound is played when Tag status is changed between ON(1)/OFF(0).

5. Advanced Usage

1) Control on “AddONCommand”
By using Command, AddOnCommand(“AudioPlayer”,Control Signal,””), currently playing Sound can be stopped in Command Expression or Script.
=> Playing by “Control Signal”
① At -1, every playing and scheduled item are terminated.
Ex) AddOnCommand(“AudioPlayer”,-1,””)

② At 0, the currently playing item is terminated only.
Ex) AddOnCommand(“AudioPlayer”,0,””)

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