4C-TV™ Release Notes
Problems detected in the system and fixed in this release.
- It was not possible to add a manual burst plan with types "E" or "C" (premier/carry-over). Fixed in this release.
- Under some very special circumstances after indicating a program title in the Program Scheduling screen the system would ask the user to select the Program rights to be used! This bug was partially fixed in release 2.3.003f but in some instances the selection list was still being shown with a single line to select! It is now fixed in this release.
- The historical exhibition list was not being displayed properly for Historical Program Rights. The list was only being shown if the record was opened in modify mode. This bug is fixed in this release.
- Fix error when combining programs. New constraint validation did not allow combining programs with exhibitions. This problem is fixed in this release.
- During creation of Interstitial or Promo records, clicking the Find button to select corresponding titles caused a re-issue of the record creation dialog. This problem is fixed in this release.
- Fix channel popup in the Notification Configuration screen.
- When titles were scheduled in multiple channels within a Service the system did not pre-schedule titles properly. If one channel within the Service used most of the licensed plays, the system would limit pre-schedule to other channels to the remaining plays left on the first channel. This problem is fixed in this release.
- The Program Copy creation screen was updated to fix the Parts length calculation when TC In & TC Out had frame information.
- In some situations where a Find and Select is used (a Find screen is followed by a select in list) and a single record was selected, the system handled as if no record had been selected and user had ignored the Find. This problem affected for example the License Rights transfer function. It is corrected in this release.
- On the Burst Plan Spreadsheet, if a title played in multiple channels within a Service, the system was not honouring the multiplex cause in the contract. Under that situation if a title had used all or most of its plays in one channel within a Service, the system would allow bursts on any other channel within the same Service on up to the remaining plays left from the first channel. Ex. a title with 18 licensed plays, that played 12 times on Cinemax could have only 6 additional bursts on Cinemax Prime, even if the multiplex clause allowed it to be played up to 18 times on Cinemax Prime. This problem is fixed in this release and the system now handles this situation properly.
- Fixed bug in the Burst Plan calculation routine that was not respecting Premiere Dates set to the first day of the month open for scheduling.
- Fixed problem in the Pre-Schedule calculation. In some cases, titles in their Carry Over phase were not pre-scheduled according to the plan set in the burst plan templates. They were being treated as being on their final run!
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