Learfield’s CCBD player was designed to help improve the playback reliability and quality of broadcasts by Learfield.
For support or broadcast related problems:
Engineering Hotline (573) 893-1955
Learfield Master Control (573) 893-7477
The Play button will initiate playback of the Primary CCBD Link which was entered in the Options window. Failover to the Secondary CCBD Link (if entered in the Options window), will happen automatically in the event of a Primary CCBD Link failure. NOTE: The Secondary URL is not required for Learfield broadcast, since the Primary already contains built in failover capabilities.
The Stop button will stop audio playback and disconnect from the server
Primary CCBD Link
The Primary CCBD Link is where the audio link URL for playback is entered. You can obtain your audio link URL from the Sports Affiliate Website: http://sportsaffiliates.learfield.com
Secondary CCBD Link
The Secondary CCBD Link is a backup used only if the primary fails.
Number of Seconds to Buffer
Buffering allows the player audio to be queued, which in some circumstances can improve the reliability of your playback experience. Select the number of seconds to keep buffered. This option is most effective when network connectivity issues, such as latency are present. You should keep this number to a minimum if your network connection is stable and consistent. NOTE: Audio playback is delayed by the number of seconds chosen for to buffer.
The Scheduler is a utility that allows the user to create a series of scheduled events.
Add New Schedule
Click on the Add New Schedule button to create a new, unsaved schedule.
The date and time that the player should begin playing.
The date and time that the player should stop playback.
The actual Url of the desired stream to play during the scheduled playback. When a new schedule is created, the Primary Url from the Options window is used by default.
Checkbox to indicate of the schedule should be enabled.
This button attempts to save the schedule to the application. If there are any issues or errors, the schedule’s background will turn red and an error message will be displayed by mousing over the schedule.