Seen this topic on the SAM Broadcaster forums.
It seems a user was getting this error message as he was trying to add large amounts of music into SAM Broadcaster.
This SAM Broadcaster user sounds like he only managed to get 58,000 tracks of 88,000+ imported into SAM Broadcaster then the program wouldn’t let him add anymore.
The guy has even tried a computer reboot and still cannot get tracks imported into SAM Broadcaster without the program crashing on him.
Apparently the guys on Stack-overflow say this is a Delphi problem with Heap Size exceeded.
So it’s another major bug that has never been addressed within SAM Broadcaster? At least that’s how I read it.
I’ve not heard of anyone having trouble loading large amounts of music into other radio software and it’s database.
The MySQL database in SAM Broadcaster has always been dodgy anyway.
It’s not the first time I’ve heard of someone struggling to load a large amount of tracks into the program.
This user could have his library imported with very little hassle if he switched to RadioDJ
I’ve never heard of RadioDJ suffering with huge memory leaks while importing music.
RadioDJ is a pretty reliable piece of software. One user has had an uptime of 18+ months on an old XP laptop.
It seems yet again SAM Broadcaster isn’t doing the job it was designed for.
“Why do people still pay Spacial Audio $$$ for badly programmed software that just doesn’t do the job it was designed for?”
Last updated on: November 9th, 2017
at 11:31 AM Europe/London