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Release Notes: This release has a number of fixes improving the performance and stability of the open source radio software from Sourcefabric. Streaming was a major focus of the 2.2 release; the team has improved the fading between streams, and it is now smoother in Airtime 2.2.1. Issues with the stream connection and previewing have been resolved. Smart Blocks, which let DJs and Station Managers fill a block of time with audio according to parameters, have been tweaked.

Release Notes: This release has smart playlists and new live assist modes. Users can now configure and rebroadcast remote live input streams from the Web, DJ programs, or smartphone applications used by broadcast journalists. Additionally, they can schedule these streams in the calendar, or schedule a ‘live’ show that records from the computer’s line-in. Improvements to the library management improve archive searching and programming, allowing the professionals to take advantage of new FLAC, WAV, AAC, and ReplayGain support.

Release Notes: Airtime now includes live stream rebroadcasting, which allows remote broadcasters to connect to Airtime via tools such as Mixxx or Virtual DJ. Airtime will rebroadcast the stream, either at a set time or in the middle of an existing broadcast with a smooth transition. DJs can now edit their automated shows in realtime, even while they're on air. Last second schedule changes, such as moving or adding a track, are performed with a drag-and-drop movement using the Web interface. A Playout Log detailing the tracks played is now available.

Release Notes: Over forty improvements were made, including three new ways for radio stations to better manage audio files, a one-step Ubuntu install, graceful reboot recovery, Shoutcast support, and improved front-end JavaScript widgets to allow stations to display their programme online. Airtime now stores files in a new easy-to-search directory, allowing producers and presenters to find and edit audio ready for broadcast. "Magic file synchronisation" then automatically updates playlists and shows when audio files are edited.

Release Notes: New features include a new file storage system and human-readable file structure, magic file synchronization, auto-import, and multiple-directory support. Other improvements include graceful recovery from reboot, output to Shoutcast, a new "Program Manager" role, better frontend widgets, and one command Ubuntu installation.

Release Notes: Several stability and bug fixes were made. Incorrect information being occasionally shown in the top panel was fixed. A problem with Record Check box occasionally being greyed-out when creating a new show was fixed. The default genre is now applied to recorded shows correctly. Finally, a problem where shows repeating bi-weekly or monthly did not update properly when edited was fixed. This release candidate is not recommended for production use.

Release Notes: This release has 44 improvements and bugfixes, including the ability for users to download audio and cancel a show that is being recorded. The "Now Playing" screen now shows the recording status of a show. The upgrading and installing process was improved significantly. A new command-line program called “airtime-check-system” verifies the environment in which Airtime is being installed and troubleshoots problems. The Airtime installer will also now automatically detect if you should upgrade or install and take the appropriate action.

Release Notes: The much-requested ability to edit shows was added. You can change everything from ‘Name’, ‘Description’, and ‘URL’, to repeat and rebroadcast days. Airtime’s calendar now looks, feels, and performs better than ever. Loading a station schedule is now five to eight times faster. The new installation script has two options for increased install flexibility. Uninstall no longer removes Airtime config files or the music storage directory. Airtime’s default output stream is now Ogg, rather than MP3.

  •  02 Mar 2011 10:24

Release Notes: This version improves the stability of prolonged audio playout, fixing an occasional crash that happened after around 48 hours of continual scheduled playout. Two other fixes are included: one security patch, and another fix for editing of audio metadata. Users are strongly recommended to download and upgrade.

Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that sees improved stability, with the eradication of several crashing and error generating bugs. Ready-made packages for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS "Lucid Lynx" are now available.


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