Assembly: Bass.Net (in Bass.Net.dll) Version: 188.8.131.52
Property ValueType: String
SEG: Segue timer (start-end, enumerated, multiples)
AUD: Audio boundary (start-end)
INT: Introduction (start-end, enumerated, multiples)
OUT: Epilog (start-end, enumerated, multiples)
SEC: Secondary (start-end, enumerated, multiples)
TER: Tertiary (start-end, enumerated, multiples)
MRK: Generic marker (multiplesenumerated, )
EOD: End-of-data (multiples)
Timers may be qualified in one of three ways:
a) as start or end timers, by appending a lower case ASCII letter s for a start timer or a lower case ASCII letter e for an end timer; for example, the timer identification AUDs designates the start of audio following silence, while AUDe designates the end of the audio segment;
b) as enumerated timers, by appending an ASCII numeric character; for example, SEC1 may be designated secondary timer number 1, SEC2 may be secondary number 2, and so on;
c) as multiple timers, by having multiple instances of the same timer ID; one may have, for example, multiple instances of MRK.
Each application may prioritize the order of the timers.
If a timer is not used, or is not set, its usage identifier should be set to all zero characters (0x00000000).