RadioDJ related downloads and tutorials.

Installing Vmware Workstation Player On Ubuntu

I run RadioDJ in a virtual environment using VMware player and I’ve been running it successfully this way for quite some time now using Windows 10 as the guest host.

VMware Workstation

So if there are any Ubuntu Studio users out there who would like to be able to run Windows in a Virtual host then this is how you install it on Ubuntu 19.10

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Last updated on: 27th February 2020
at 16:41 PM Europe/London

I’ve Stood Strong For A Long Time Now

I first discovered RadioDJ in November 2010 via Google search because I was fed up with SAM Broadcaster being flaky and unreliable.

SAM Broadcaster PRO Stopped working

As the title of this post would suggest I’ve had to stand strong against a tide of abuse, vitriol and nasty comments this past 12 years all because of my dislike for SAM Broadcaster Pro

I got called names like Noob or Turd on the SAM Broadcaster forums by one of the support volunteers.

Which in turn made me want to stop broadcasting because the abuse made me depressed and anxious.

Those people know who they are and they should be thoroughly ashamed for the way they’ve spoken to me on forums or social media while I’ve been singing RadioDJ’s praises over Sham Broadcaster.

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Using A Stand Alone Encoder With RadioDJ Needn’t Be Difficult

So you’ve discovered and installed RadioDJ congratulations.

Now we bet you’re wondering how you stream the audio from RadioDJ to your Shoutcast or Icecast server.

A stand alone piece of encoding software needn’t be difficult. Once you get it downloaded and installed & sort the settings so it recognises your soundcard that’s the most difficult part done.

Using a stand-alone encoder is no more difficult to configure than most of the built in ones.

RadioDJ and Sound Empire Caster

Using a stand alone encoding solution means you can leave RadioDJ to do what it does best and that’s automate Jingles/Songs/Promos and Events etc…

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Last updated on: 7th February 2020
at 11:43 AM Europe/London

How To: Enable History In RadioDJ

This is another search term that came through from a user visiting this website.

How do you enable history in RadioDJ. You need to go to Options>Options>Stream Titles

You just need to change the number from 0 to however many days you want your history to be saved for, We have it at 365 days.

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