Radiologik Scheduler
Radiologik Scheduler
2019.11.1

3.5

Radiologik Scheduler free download for Mac

Radiologik Scheduler

2019.11.1
28 November 2019

Schedule program blocks for Radiologik DJ.

Overview

Radiologik Scheduler schedules program blocks for Radiologik DJ creating a full-time automated radio station along with Radiologik DJ.

It chooses tracks from playlists in iTunes with a little bit of extra logic to figure out times and artist separation. It builds these segments in 30, 60, 90, or 120-minute blocks anywhere inside of a week schedule. The resolution of the script statements is in seconds. It runs the appropriate script 20 minutes before the start time and sends that set of tracks and directions to Radiologik DJ's program queue.

Advanced features (price info here) include automatic placement of voiceover intros and outros, time announcements, date matching picking of file titles, exact time search fitting for to-the-second programming, and special scheduling of ad traffic.

What's new in Radiologik Scheduler

Version 2019.11.1:
  • Playlist retrieval is now a threaded operation on Catalina to help improve general performance for large Music libraries
  • Podcast URL can now accept Apple Podcasts page URLs to extract RSS XML URL
  • Improved handling of getting podcasts that have security measures against online attacks
  • Checking and unchecking podcast episodes no longer resets list position
  • Fixed minor issue with date picker years
  • Hardened runtime

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1 Radiologik Scheduler Reviews

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Macsweep
25 July 2008

Most helpful

Seems like a promising app, yet it needs more flexibility in time intervals. Only 30 and 60 minute available time slots. user has to make up the difference in an iTunes playlist and import it. If i play a lecture it may not last to the exact 30/60 minute schedule.
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Version 1.0b12
Macsweep
25 July 2008
Seems like a promising app, yet it needs more flexibility in time intervals. Only 30 and 60 minute available time slots. user has to make up the difference in an iTunes playlist and import it. If i play a lecture it may not last to the exact 30/60 minute schedule.
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Version 1.0b12
1 answer(s)
Jay15il
Jay15il
28 January 2009
The 30 and 60 (and now 90 and 120) minutes blocks are just structures. You can do anything you want to the second for start, stop, even intelligently fill searching for the perfect time-fit song so it ends naturally at the exact second you want.
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Version 1.0b23