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: Sourcefabric has improved calendars, playlists, SoundCloud integration, and the Media Monitor. You can now also have up to three streams with different bitrates, and point them to different Icecast/SHOUTcast servers. Any connection problems between Liquidsoap and Icecast are now shown in the interface. Users can now switch between ALSA, OSS, AO, Pulseaudio, and Portaudio, all via the user interface. Users can listen to streams directly from the Web interface without having to start a third party application (such as VLC). Protection against brute-force password guessing attacks was implemented.
Release Notes: This release significantly improves the upgrading and installing process. A new command line program called "airtime-check-system" verifies the environment in which Airtime is being installed and troubleshoots problems. Audio files can now be downloaded from Airtime's Search and "Show Content" screens. A show that is recording can now be cancelled, editing a playlist name or deleting a playlist now reflects immediately in the media search window, and the "Now Playing" screen shows whether or not a show is being recorded. Finally, the size limit for audio files has been increased to 500MB.
Release Notes: This release provides reliable audio playout with sub-second precision, an improved interface with modern usability features, advanced user management supporting roles, and a Google-style calendar to schedule and move shows and playlists. New features include remote control (run your radio station from anywhere in the world), easy installation on Linux, control using any browser on any operating system, intelligent file management, and the ability to cross-fade, cue in/out, and fade in/out with sub-second precision.