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Airtime 2.1 with real-time show edit & live stream rebroadcast - Screencast

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Published on Jun 5, 2012

Airtime 2.1 introduces some new features which give users more power and flexibility for managing their radio station.

Visit http://airtime.sourcefabric.org for a free download, demo or just to find out more.

One of these features is the ability to edit a show while it's on air. Doing last second changes to your schedule before (or during) any track is as simple as using the web interface to drag and drop your tracks to the desired destination. Tracks no longer require placement inside of a playlist to be scheduled - you may know simply drag the track directly into a show. You can also edit the length of the show.

Another feature new to Airtime 2.1 is Live Stream Rebroadcasting. With this feature, you can connect to Airtime via remote broadcasting tools such as Mixxx, Virtual DJ etc. and Airtime will rebroadcast the stream. You can also use the calendar to impose limits on what date and time streams should be rebroadcast.

Managing the Airtime media library is now much simpler due various improvements such as being able to select multiple items before dragging and dropping, as well as being able to customize which metadata columns are visible. It is now also possible to see the date a media item was uploaded.

For those in need of a simpler way to keep track of what has been played, a Playout History log is now available in the Web UI which will be useful for royalty reporting purposes.

Other minor improvements include better recovery from system crashes, checking audio file integrity before allowing it to be added to the media library, reduced CPU utilization for OGG streams and password reset via email.

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