Saw a post on the Spacial Audio forums.
“Help! My copy of SAM Broadcaster won’t open after reboot”
SAM Broadcaster going wrong is nothing new. In the past we’ve had to uninstall and reinstall the program after it went wrong and wouldn’t start up after a reboot of the computer.
This has happened to us on many occasions on different operating systems over the past 16 or so years
What causes SAM Broadcaster and it’s program files/database structure to become corrupted during a reboot of the computer?
Another SAM Broadcaster user said they had a similar issue and it turned out to be the core/gui .xml files being corrupted by an improper shutdown of the software.
This would always happen if the PC was suddenly shut down or a power cut happened.
It got tiring having to constantly reinstall SAM Broadcaster when it went wrong. I was having to reinstall SAM Broadcaster and it’s database at least once a week. Which meant having to import songs all over again (pain in the butt!)
This problem isn’t just confined to SAM Broadcaster it happens with other Spacial Audio software.
So that says to us that Spacial Audio code “Bad Software” Why do people still pay Spacial Audio for badly written software?
We’re almost certain the Spacial development team know about the issues with their software and we can’t help but notice that they seem almost “Blinkered” to the fact those problems exist.
Just get yourself more reliable & stable program such as RadioDJ free radio automation software!
RadioDJ is 100% FREE with no catches or nasty hidden fees just free software for use by any DJ or radio station. (NOT misleading!)
RadioDJ doesn’t crash like SAM Broadcaster is know to. It can be left alone for days/weeks without anyone needing to keep an eye on it.
We know of one user who hasn’t had to restart his copy of RadioDJ for around 30 months.
You can run multiple streams if you so desire. Another user is running 4 Shoutcast/FM radio stations using RadioDJ.
Please Note: Future versions of RadioDJ may have paid for features but the free version will still be available to those who require basic automation.
Last updated on: 15th July 2019
at 10:18 AM Europe/London