I was just messing around on Windows 10 just now with a playlist (m3u) file and wanted to test/play it in Winamp. I clicked on “Open with Winamp” & Winamp just froze on startup it couldn’t find the soundcard, I had to use task manager to kill the process. I tried again but the soundcard....
RadioDJ v188.8.131.52 was released on the 17th September 2018 IMPORTANT: To update to this version from v184.108.40.206, you MUST update the database as follows: In Database Setup utility, go to “Database Utils” and “Database Update” section and select “RadioDJv2\Setup\SQL\220.127.116.11 TO 18.104.22.168.sql” file to update the database. After the process is completed, you can start using....
Sat here shaking my head because of a post I’ve seen on the RadioDJ forums… “We run a radio station on a university campus. The security team is starting to get really sceptical of RadioDJ, given its history of reported malware (false positive or not). They blocked my ability to download RadioDJ updates”
Q: Do you still listen to and play music from Compact Discs?? We guess that’s OK if that’s your thing but technology has moved on in leaps and bounds since the days when Compact Discs were first released.
As the topic of the post suggests its not just SAM Broadcaster that suffers with stability problems, other Spacial Audio software suffers from the same problem especially SAM DJ (Formerly SAM Party DJ) Some one posted this on Facebook “I bought Sam DJ today and it keeps crashing after about 15 minutes. Can anyone tell....
Someone felt the need to post a comment on my Facebook page telling me this: “RADIO DJ SUCKS, SAM BROADCASTER IS THE BEST RADIO DJ IS SHIT STOP TELLING PEOPLE ABOUT RADIO DJ” Excuse me while I laugh, You want me to do what? Not going to happen mate!
I’ve been using a copy of Windows 10 Home for over a year now and I haven’t paid to Activate it, yet it still functions like a normal copy of Windows.
A user has been refused help from the Spacial Audio help desk because he isn’t using their streaming services. Spacial Audio support have come back to this user and stated because he isn’t using their “Streaming” services they can’t help him.
Seen a few posts from a user recently claiming he’s been hacked while using one of the RadioDJ website scripts. He goes on to claim there are also “vulnerabilities” in the script.
Came across a link on social media recently that said there was a vulnerability found in SAM Broadcaster 2018.7 Technical Details & Description: