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All commands should be sent to the TX$ on the TCP/IP client for the module in question with the requisite CRLF or \x0D\x0A at the end of each command.

To search by track title, use the following sequence:

setmusicfilter clear

ClearMusicFilter Ok

setmusicfilter Search="*string*"

MusicFilter Ok

browsetitles 1 8

Where string is the search string. For example

setmusicfilter clear

ClearMusicFilter Ok

setmusicfilter Search="*icar*"

MusicFilter Ok

browsetitles 1 8

BeginTitles Total=1 Start=1 Alpha=0 Caption="Titles containing 'icar'"

Title {a73ab9c6-8747-2968-88b2-d6f71fb9d40b} "Vicarious" "00:07:06" 1 "Tool" "10,000 Days" -1 "" ""

EndTitles NoMore

An important note about all Browse-type commands is the syntax. For example, BrowseTitles takes two arguments as follows: BrowseTitles <start> <count> where <start> is the index at which you want to start browsing and <count> is how many. Once you have browsed to a category, scrolling will be handled automatically by the module. the <count> value should match what you have set for the List Item parameter value on the Crestron module. Therefore, realistically, you would almost always issue BrowseTitles 1 <count>.

To browse by letter:
Instead of specifying a list index to start browsing at, you can also specify a letter, as follows: BrowseTitles <letter> 8 where <letter> is any single alpha character. For example, BrowseTitles t 8.

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