LibreTime Radio Automation

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An open source radio automation server made for (and made by) low-power FM stations and the rest of us.

View the Project on GitHub LibreTime/libretime


About LibreTime
Features
FAQ
Contribute to LibreTime

Installation
Quick Install
  -- Host Configuration
  -- Setting the Server Time
  -- Configuring Track Types
  -- Setting up SSL

Using LibreTime
Preparing Media
Scheduling Shows
Broadcasting Live
Adding Users
Help!
  -- More Tutorials

Radio Broadcasting 101
UNESCO Public Radio Guide

Appendix
HD Audio Modules
Rights and Royalties
Media Folders used by LibreTime

Frequently Asked Questions

What is LibreTime?

LibreTime is a community managed fork of the AirTime project.

It is managed by a friendly inclusive community of stations from around the globe that use, document and improve LibreTime.

Can I upgrade to LibreTime?

In theory you can update any pre 3.0 version of AirTime to LibreTime 3.0.0 and above. More information on Upgrading is in the docs.

LibreTime is complex software, as such it is close to impossible to guarantee that every upgrade path works as intended. This means you should trial the update on a parallel test infrastructure to minimize possible downtime.

Please let the community know if you encounter issues with the update process.

Why are Cue-In/Out points wrong in some tracks? / What’s with silan?

The silan silence detection is currently outdated on almost all distributions. The older versions report clearly wrong information and may segfault at the worst. Versions starting with 0.3.3 (and some patched 0.3.2 builds) are much better but still need thorough testing. Please see the release notes for up to date mitigation scenarios and details on the issues.

Why did you fork AirTime?

See this open letter to the Airtime community.