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 is a one-line change hotfix release. Most users will have been notified via the update notifier. It fixes Airtime's Pypo scheduler so that it correctly retrieves the program schedule after extended periods of inactivity by the user.
Release Notes: Airtime’s Calendar display speed is now twice as fast, the dashboard is twice as fast, and the Now Playing page is up to six times faster. In addition, it sorts out a couple of issues with the playout engine, works on improving the show recorder, and deals with a filename upgrade issue affecting those trying to upgrade from 1.8.2.
Release Notes: An infamous missing Australia and Arctic timezone bug was fixed (with apologies to the entire populations of both). Media Monitor behavior was improved: it no longer changes the owner of watched files, and an issue with 24 hour shows that failed to calculate total play-time and gave a false warning to users was fixed. A problem where the Current Playing item on the top panel sometimes incorrectly showed "Nothing Scheduled" was fixed. A problem where playback did not resume after changing stream settings was fixed.
Release Notes: This release improves Airtime’s Media Monitor, specifically the parsing of a file's metadata and the moving or renaming of ‘watch’ folders. It also addresses issues with parsing Unicode metadata in audio files, and a bug with older versions of python-virtualenv. The airtime-easy-install deb package will install everything needed for a working version of Airtime with a single click on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid or Debian 6.0 Squeeze through either the Ubuntu Software Center or the GDebi Package Installer.
Release Notes: This release has .deb packages for Ubuntu and Debian that keep installations automatically updated with the latest version. It includes a file storage system with 'watch' folders, allowing stations to magically synchronize files and easily browse their audio archives, as well as Shoutcast support, improved front-end widgets, and extensive bugfixes.
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: This release contains mainly bugfixes, the update addresses reports from the community on the new feature set introduced in Airtime 1.8. Key improvements: fixes for an issue where a track's progress bar would keep updating even if the track was no longer playing, and a problem relating to editing a show. The airtime-clean-storage command line utility now works properly. This release fixes an issue related the "airtime-import" command line utility.
Release Notes: Remote control feature allows you to run your radio station from anywhere in the world using any browser on any operating system. Installation on Linux has been made easier. A new calendar interface for the scheduler allows Google Calendar style functionality with drag-and-drop and repeat scheduling for shows. File management was made more intelligent. Entire audio libraries and file metadata can be imported. Multiple DJs can organize, structure, and upload audio for one or more shows. Audio files can be cross-faded, cued in and out, and faded in and out with sub-second precision.