BASS.NET API for the Un4seen BASS Audio LibraryBASS_TAG_CARTTimer1Usage Property BASS.NET API for the Un4seen BASS Audio Library
1st timer usage ID (4 characters).

Namespace: Un4seen.Bass
Assembly: Bass.Net (in Bass.Net.dll) Version: 2.4.12.0
Syntax

public string Timer1Usage { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: String
Remarks

Timer types, along with their FOURCC identification should be according to the following table. The interpretation and behavior of systems on encountering timer information may be site dependent, implementation dependent, or both:

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).

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