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1 Create PlayList Helen Doron Courses
TUTORIAL
Create Playlist Helen Doron Course
TUTY – Tutorial – Create Playlist Helen Doron Course
Written by Serafini Giampiero (INV SRL)
Revised by Raffaele Forgione (INV SRL)
Edition EN - 01 June 2011 - © 2011, INV S.r.l.
Contact:
INV S.r.l., Via Calamandrei 120 / H, 52100 Arezzo, Italy
For more information please visit: www.TUTY.it
All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in
any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, except as permitted by the
ITALY Copyright, without the prior permission of the publisher.
Printed in Arezzo, Italy
Table of Contents
1 Create PlayList Helen Doron Courses...............................................................................................5
1.1 Introduction................................................................................................................................5
1.2 Download MP3 Files Helen Doron Courses..............................................................................5
1.3 Connecting TUTY to the computer........................................................................................... 8
1.4 Create Playlist Courses ........................................................................................................... 10
2 PlayList Selection on TUTY........................................................................................................... 13
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1.1
Introduction
TUTY is designed to handle up to 99 playlists of MP3s.
The playlists are represented by folders in the USB drive that appears when you connect the player
to the computer. The folder name is the name of the playlist, and can consist of letters and / or
numbers. It is advisable to limit the length to eight (8) characters to keep a player in full view when
you enter the configuration screen.
The management method described is provided with the firmware from version TUTY "S0.1.07". In
the event that your TUTY is an older version you can proceed with an update following the
instructions on the site www.TUTY.it Section SUPPORT addition to the information in which you
will find the necessary files to upgrading.
1.2
Download MP3 Files Helen Doron Courses
Helen Doron has made available a link to download the MP3 audio files corresponding to files in
the Cds of the course. This capability makes it easy to transfer files in your TUTY of the course.
This link is made available simply by www.TUTY.it site.
Figure 1: Website www.TUTY.it
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By selecting the link for "Kangi CLUB" on the Home Page of the site to access the server page
HELEN DORON prepared for this purpose.
Clicking on the link to access the page designed identifying their credentials.
Each Helen Doron's student has received in the LEARNING SET also a CARD “Kangi Club
"which is given a code UserID and Password. With this password as well as access to the site
"Kangi Club " provides access to MP3 files of the course.
Figure 2: Link Access download area content courses Helen Doron
By inserting their credentials to access the file list of the units of their course.
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Figure 3: Access to content courses Helen Doron
Selecting the links of the various units you have the ability to download files in compressed format
(. ZIP) that contain the audio tracks of the CDs.
To use these files after downloading them, unzip them into folders for future use.
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1.3
Connecting TUTY to the computer
The management of the player from your computer is like any USB device (player, memory stick,
etc) making available a new disk. In My Computer, before connecting the player, we can see the
presence of the disks. Here we have the device HD and DVD. This will allow us to understand at a
glance which drive is the player.
Figure 4: My computer before connecting the player
To connect the player to the computer switch ON TUTY .
When TUTY is ON connecting to the computer using the USB cable in the package.
When the player is connected will be displayed in its display an image like the one below.
Figure 5: Logo displayed by TUTY when connected to your computer
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This means that the player is connected to the computer.
When we plugged the player into your computer's resources will be available as a new disc.
Example is the drive "E:"
Figure 6: My computer after connecting the player
Selecting the new disk that represents the memory of TUTY you have the vision of some
directories, as shown in the figure below.
Figure 7: Default folders present in TUTY
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The following folders are unique to the operation of the system and should not be removed or
changed: AUDIBLE, LOGFILES, PROMPTS. The folder "HDEE" contains sample MP3 files
that are played by default. The folders "PLAY1, PLAY2, PLAY3" are folders designed to contain
new MP3 files.
It should be noted that the selection of playlists from TUTY will only choose the folders that
contain MP3 files.
1.4
Create Playlist Courses
For simplicity, create folders on the playlist with the name of the course: For example, "EFI, BBS,
MEFI, EFAC", etc. ..
To manage the smooth tracks of the various units to create subfolders with the course name and a
progressive unit: for example EFI1, EFI2, EFI3, EFI4.
In the example below you can see the structure of folders to be created in the course relatively
TUTY EFI.
Figure 8: Create a folder for Playlists COURSE Helen Doron.
Within these folders will be copied the files related to tracks of the various units.
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Content Unit 1:
Figure 9: Copy the contents of the course unit 1 Helen Doron "EFAC"
Content Unit 2:
Figure 10: Copy the contents of the course unit 2 Helen Doron "EFAC"
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For a uniform management of the names of folders is shown as an example the names to be
assigned to the playlists for each course:
HELEN DORON COURSE
COURSE
TUTY PLAYLIST
UNIT
COURSE
UNI
English For Infants
1
EFI
EFI1
English For Infants
2
EFI
EFI2
English For Infants
n
EFI
EFin
More English For Infants
1
MEFI
MEFI1
More English For Infants
2
MEFI
MEFI2
More English For Infants
n
MEFI
MEFIn
English For All Children
1
EFAC
EFAC1
English For All Children
2
EFAC
EFAC2
English For All Children
n
EFAC
EFAcn
More English For All Children
1
MEFAC
MEFAC1
More English For All Children
2
MEFAC
MEFAC2
More English For All Children
n
MEFAC
MEFACn
First English For All Children
1
FEFAC
FEFAC1
First English For All Children
2
FEFAC
FEFAC2
First English For All Children
n
FEFAC
FEFACn
Play On
1
PLAYON
PLAYON1
Play On
2
PLAYON
PLAYON2
Play On
n
PLAYON
PLAYONn
Botty
1
BOTTY
BOTTY1
Botty
2
BOTTY
BOTTY2
Botty
n
BOTTY
BOTTYn
Beby's Best Start
1
BBS
BBS1
Beby's Best Start
2
BBS
BBS2
Beby's Best Start
n
BBS
BBSn
Table 1: Name of the playlist on the courses suggested Helen Doron.
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2 PlayList Selection on TUTY
To select the new playlist, follow these steps:
✔
Enter configuration mode TUTY
( press for 6 second the two side buttons TUTY).
✔
Scroll configuration
Press the center button until you get under [COURSE / COURSE]. TUTY display the
currently active list;
pressing the side buttons you can choose from the available list.
✔
In our example we will be aware that the list [HDEE]
select list [EFAC \].
✔
In the next parameter, since we have created the folders of the units, [UNIT] we can select
to play as a unit within the course selected.
The first unit will be the proposed default.Es. [EFAC1]
Scroll through the drives with the side buttons.
✔
Confirm the new list by pressing the center button.
✔
Exit the configuration going under [EXIT] and confirmed with a side key.
✔
TUTY reboot starting to play the new list.
✔
In view of the play list you will see a string like this: [EFAC \ EFAC1] indicates that we are
listening to the course EFAC and unit EFAC1.
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