Special Features of MP3DJ Broadcast - Radio Automation Software Play music without interruptions and Insert playlists with commercials at defined day times, options are: after a defined period of time for example 10 seconds, or at the end of the current playing song. This Radio Automation Software can be also operated manually, in the most easy way like any other software of MP3DJ family. Write Logs, using MP3DJ Broadcast - Radio Automation Software you will be able to see what had occur by reading the output logs. This log files can be separated for music and for commercials, displaying an error line when an error occurs during the broadcast. This logs are easy to read with notepad, plain text. One file is generated per day in the format YYYYMMDD 20040416.log is the log file for April 16 of 2004. Operate remotely using any desktop sharing software. Transfer files over the network while playing music to air without drops because it's incredible stability. Network operation, operating MP3DJ Broadcast - Radio Automation Software is as easy as setup a shared folder in your audio file server, and then play files from any other computer connected to the network, internet inclusive. Depends on how you organize your system, but you are who decide where to place the files, the playlists and the logs. Open and transparent, MP3DJ Broadcast - Radio Automation Software, works with standard .mp3 files (audio) also many others file types wav mp2 wma..., And with .M3U files which are plain text. No closed database or propietary unreadable file formats. The files can be used as they are without any modification to the standard configuration. It uses a very few resources in your system so it can run in almost any machine in the market today, PentiumI 64MB is enough to run the program. If you have a better computer, PentiumII or greater, then it is great to play music while transfer mp3 files over the net, reorganizing the playlists in shared directories.
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