Found under: Settings > CCLI
CCLI (Christian Copyright Licensing International)
This is a company that administers copyright permissions for churches depending on the licence they purchase. As a requirement of this licence, users are required to submit a record of songs that have been projected, copied, printed, etc. Whilst OpenSongApp does not allow the automatic submission of songs to CCLI, it can keep a record of song activities to help you complete your return.
If record usage stats automatically is switched on, the app will keep a note of every song that is displayed to the screen, added to a set, duplicated, created, deleted and projected.
If you project songs (casting) using OpenSongApp, you should make sure to set up the church name and licence number here as these are required to be displayed on projected lyrics.
The log can be viewed in the app, or shared as an xml file of csv file. When the app has kept a record of CCLI usage, it can manually be found in your OpenSong storage location as follows: ../OpenSong/Settings/ActivityLog.xml
To reset the stored log, click 'Delete'
The CCLI log file records a usage action as a number. The numbers are as follows:
Created - when importing or creating a new song
Deleted - when a song is deleted in the app
Edited - when saving an edit (only from the edit page though)
Moved - when renaming a file or the folder changes
Presented - when the song is sent to a secondary screen (Chromecast, etc)
Printed - This is called when a song is added to a set, or when it is exported
Renamed - when rename is called
Copied - when duplicate is called