Someone recently searched “import spotify playlist radiodj” on Google and landed on this website.
I’m writing this post so people understand the complexities when it comes to Spotify playlists and RadioDJ.
RadioDJ related downloads and tutorials.
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.
A standalone encoder is no more difficult to configure than most of the built in ones.
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…
Last updated on: 2nd November 2019
at 13:24 PM Europe/London
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.
We’ve been RadioDJ users for a long time now (Just over 9 and a half years)
I noticed when the program was firing up the other day that the Copyright said 2009-2019, so RadioDJ has existed in some form or another for 10 years.
Last updated on: 4th October 2019
at 09:08 AM Europe/London
This is a question that gets asked quite often on the RadioDJ forums.
Can you transmit a show from a remote location, Quite easily with the right tools.
It is entirely possible to broadcast from an outside location (OB: Outside Broadcast) using a Laptop, Mixer/Voicemeeter, RadioDJ and a standalone encoder
Last updated on: 12th September 2019
at 15:35 PM Europe/London
There are users of RadioDJ free radio automation from all over the world which is a GOOD thing.
There are translations for most languages & you can find the translations for RadioDJ on the forums by clicking the button below.
There’s not much to using them just unzip the folder and then place the folder in the languages folder inside the RadioDJ program folder.
Load RadioDJ and go to options>options and on the first screen that is where you load the required language pack.
Make sure you restart RadioDJ for any changes to take effect and Hey presto RadioDJ should now be in your dialect.
Its another reason to love RadioDJ because most of the translations have been supplied by other users of the software.
If you don’t see your language displayed then its not all that difficult to translate the language packs into your own language.
AFAIK there isn’t much you can do wrong with a language pack… However you Use/Modify at own risk.
Last updated on: 18th October 2019
at 12:07 PM Europe/London
The searches we see on Google analytics really do make us scratch our heads at times.
It seems there’s NO END to the problem of people wanting to Pirate Spacial Audio software such as SAM DJ & SAM Broadcaster Pro.
Last updated on: 11th November 2019
at 07:06 AM Europe/London