Playlists, ClockWheels, Scheduler

Creating Playlists
Before you can schedule Events, you need to create Playlists. Playlists need to be at least one minute in length. If you are part of the Ad Revenue Share Pr...
Scheduling Events
Events are shows in your schedule. Each Event must be filled with a Playlist. The Playlist runtime will determine how long you need to make your Event. ...
Strict versus Flexible Event types
Event start times can be influenced by choosing between strict and flexible scheduling. If you choose a strict Event start, your Playlist will air promptly....
Recurring Events
Do you want an Event to play at the same time every week, or every day? This internal scheduling feature makes it easy to schedule a Playlist multiple times...
Cross-fading in Events
As with AutoDJ, you can also use the crossfade feature during scheduled events. Cross-fading can add a nice transition between tracks during Playlists and C...
ClockWheels
What are ClockWheels? ClockWheels is a tool which lets you easily schedule events that contain similar elements that occur at the same time or in the sa...
ClockWheel Tips and Advanced Techniques
Here are some things you should know about ClockWheels and track rotation schedule. Please read the introduction to ClockWheels first. Chose Only One Ca...
What happens if I don't schedule an Event?
If you haven't added any Events to your Schedule, you can still broadcast by putting your Live365 station into AutoDJ mode. When AutoDJ is enabled, y...
ClockWheels as AutoDJ
You can use your ClockWheel templates to run in AutoDJ mode. This tells AutoDJ how to pull tracks to play, as compared to the default, pure random selection...
Why does the scheduler skip my set Playlist and stay in AutoDJ mode?
If you have modified your Playlist such that it is no longer in compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Live365 scheduler "wil...