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- Launch Studio365 after downloading the application.
- Enter your username and password, check "Remember Me" if you don't want to type your username and password every time you launch Studio365.
- If this is your first time using the software, you will be taken through a series of brief questions to assist in your first broadcast setup. The steps are:
- Choose to create a new playlist when prompted.
- Enter a name for your playlist. This name will not be seen by your listeners - name it whatever you like.
- Enter a title and description for your broadcast. This is a good opportunity to "sell" your station to prospective listeners, the text you enter will be crawled in Live365 searches. Your title and description will also appear in our directories and your station page.
- In addition to the title and description of your station, the default search also optionally includes a string search of keywords specified by you.
- Minimum Connection Speed determines the minimum connection speed your listeners must have to listen. T1/DSL/ISDN/Cable is the best audio quality. You may change this choice at a later date but you should set it before uploading your first MP3 tracks.
- Tell us where to list your broadcast in the directory - stations stats, search results, and a variety of other broadcast criteria are based on your primary genre. You can change this setting any time.
- Shuffle play ignores the order of the tracks in your playlist and plays the MP3s randomly. This is optional and can always be changed.
- URL is the link (on the player window and your station page) that sends your listeners to your personal website if they wish to visit. This link can be updated anytime.
- A final dialog box will provide a link to further information on creating and maintaining your playlists. Bookmark these links for future reference.
- The Studio365 Main Window will open.
- You will first need to add tracks to your Online Track Library. Please see the guide to upload tracks to your Online Track Library. When you have uploaded some tracks, proceed to the next step.
- You will then need to build a playlist. Please see the guide to creating a new playlist. When you have created a playlist, proceed to the next step.
- In the Station drop-down menu, select "Start broadcast" and you'll be on the air!
Current Live365 Broadcasters (Quick Start Instructions)
- Enter your username and password after launching Studio365
- Assuming you already have tracks uploaded and playlists built, select a playlist that you would like to start from the drop-down next to the playlist prompt in the "current playlist" box. If you do not already have tracks uploaded and playlists built, please follow the new user instructions above.
- In the Playlist drop-down menu, select either "Cue after song" or "Cue after playlist" and you'll be well on your way to controlling your Studio365 Basic broadcast from your desktop!
- 32/64-bit Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
- 1024x768 display
- Soundcard with speakers or headphones
If you would like more information, you can download the help manual including instructions and window descriptions. Previous version here.
- Create a broadcast by simple drag-and-drop operations in a matter of minutes
- Ensures your MP3 files are in the proper format before uploading to your MP3 Library
- Upload files in batch, or one song at a time
- Create playlists from tracks in your Live365 MP3 library, on your computer, or other local MP3 storage devices
- Tracks in MP3 Library are displayed differently depending on whether they're in your playlist or not. (Makes for easier editing!)
- Manage MP3s in your MP3 library - update ID3 tag information and deleting tracks
- See the status of the your MP3 files
- Print or export your playlists
- Search for tracks in your playlist or MP3 library
- Sort your MP3 library by track name, artist, album, file name, time, status or mode
- See the current number of listeners
- Update station information
- Import Winamp playlists
- Easily switch between multiple accounts for simplified management
- ... and more!
What's New in this Version
- Improved playlist management
- Auto-backup and restore
- DMCA compliance checks
- Supports multiple Station IDs
- Supports mp3PRO broadcasting
- Offers a wider variety of bitrate, frequency and stereo mode combos -- including 64K
- Updated drag-and-drop broadcast application for Windows
- Complete MP3 management - upload, delete, create playlists, edit ID3 tags
- Integrated uploader tool properly formats files
- Print, export, search and sort playlists and MP3 library
If you would like more information, you can take a look at the help pages including instructions and window descriptions.
Please give us feedback on any issues you encounter when using this application.