These software pirates know no limits!
They appear to want to crack every piece of software Spacial Audio release.
It’s usually cracked versions of SAM Broadcaster we see people searching for on Google analytics, However recently there have been searches for “SAM Cast Crack” and “Key SAMCast” along with “key SAM cast”
It’s NOT our fault if people are looking to get hold of pirated versions of Spacial Audio software.
Although why anyone would want to crack their software is beyond me it doesn’t work properly when you own a legitimate version.
SAM Broadcaster v4.2.2 being the most widely pirated version of Spacial software ever.
These people should know by now that no matter how hard they might try they cannot crack the newer versions of Spacial software.
We believe Spacial have added code to their software to stop it from being altered/patched/cracked.
It’s not even as if SAMCast is any good anyway.
It’s just the old Simplecast with a redesigned interface plus the encoders in Simplecast suffered with the same buffering issues SAM Broadcaster seemed to suffer from.
Plus SAM Cast doesn’t automatically support title streaming from other automation software.
To get title streaming on SAM Cast you need to know how to work TCP/Serial adaptors along with a file poller program.
People DON’T need to look for pirated/cracked versions of SAM Cast, SAM Broadcaster or other Spacial Audio software when there are other freely available encoding/automation programs available for download.
1) RadioDJ (Free)
2) Altacast Stand Alone (Free) (Shoutcast V1 & Icecast)
3) Edcast Standalone (Free) (Shoutcast V1 & Icecast)
4) BUTT (Broadcast Using this tool) (Free) (Shoutcast v1 v2 & Icecast)
5) MB Recaster (Free) (Shoutcast v1 v2 & Icecast)
Those are just a few of the pieces of the FREE standalone encoding/automation software available.
You could end up with nasty viruses and malware on your system and that’s the last thing anyone wants!
DEMO versions of the software downloaded from the website can not be unlocked, even if you have a valid key.”
Last updated on: January 24th, 2017
at 16:55 PM Europe/London