I thought it was about time I did a post comparing RadioBoss against RadioDJ
|Trial Periods:||150 uses/5 Hours||None|
|Supported OS:||Windows 7/8/10||Windows 7/8/10|
|Built In Encoders:||Yes||No6|
|Audio Processing:||Yes (built in)||Yes (built in)|
|Supported Databases:||MySQL/Flat file2||MySQL|
|Stability:||Unknown3||Reliable and stable|
|Ease of use:||Can be difficult to setup & use4||Easy to install and use|
|Support:||Via the Helpdesk or Forums||Via the Community Forum|
|Restrictions:||Only 1 copy per computer||None|
1RadioDJ will have a paid for version eventually but the free version will still be available.
2From beta 5.8 RadioBoss now has a MySQL database option along with the flat file system.
3We’ve never been able to test past the limits of the demo version.
4There appear to be far too many options to configure RadioBoss.
5 More file types can be added from the BASS Library. (http://www.un4seen.com/)
6 Using a standalone encoder is no more difficult than using a built in one.
So there you are we’ve compared those two pieces of radio automation software and again come to the same conclusion that RadioBoss is far too awkward to setup for a novice where as RadioDJ is easier to setup and use.
RadioBoss is another piece of software that we can’t see the “Value” in.
We’re also confused as to why RadioBoss relies on winamp.exe What’s wrong can’t DJ soft code his own plugins?
Radioboss not so much a ‘Boss’ of radio automation its more like the Tea Boy of radio automation software.
Last updated on: 14th December 2019
at 17:06 PM Europe/London