In this tutorial i will show you how to load hourly .m3u playlists in RadioDJ using one single event. This scenario is often used when external schedulers handle the playlist of a radio automation program. For this tutorial, we will use Music 1 scheduler. In our event we will use the “Load M3U Playlist by […]
If you need to play an internet stream (re-broadcast another internet station), you will need to import the stream first into RadioDJ. To achieve this, go to Options – Track Import and select first the Track Type as Internet Stream. In the URL/Path add the URL to the internet stream in the format “https://ip:port” or […]
From time to time especially due the power loss, databases get corrupted. Here is a quick way to fix them using HeidiSQL.
For some tasks on your MySQL server, you will need a user that can access your server from other computers than localhost, for example if your using our RadioDJ wordpress plugin. By default, the root user which comes with a fresh install of MySQL server can only access the server from the same computer as […]
How to install MySQL on Windows 7 (Note: for this tutorial I’m using MySQL 184.108.40.206) Go to https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/ and select “MySQL Community Server“; Select “Windows (x86, 64-bit), MySQL Installer MSI” and press “Download” Button; On the new page, select again “Windows (x86, 32-bit), MSI Installer” and download the installer package; When the download completes, run […]
From version 220.127.116.11 RadioDJ is able to import audio podcasts feeds. After importing the feed, RadioDJ will always play the newest file available.
To automatically play a sweeper over the intro, using rotations, make sure that your tracks have the cue intro point set (You can edit them using Track Editor in Song Details). The process is the same for playing sweepers on track start or end, but there is not necessary the intro cue point.
From time to time, when adding new features in RadioDJ, also the database must be updated with new tables. The update process is very simple:
After installing and configuring mysql server, the next step is to install RadioDJ database. Make sure that you know the password you provided for MySQL, because you’ll need it here. Also, your MySQL server must run on this point.