How do I manage my playlists on my Live365 broadcast page?
On the Playlists tab on your broadcast account, you can view the tracks that you've uploaded to your account and create/manage the playlists on your Live365 account. There are two main sections on this page: Live365 Locker and Playlist.
On the "Live365 Locker" side of this page, it will display all the tracks that you have uploaded to your Live365 account. You can preview the first 15 seconds of a track using the "Head" button and the last 15 seconds of a track using the "Tail" button at the bottom of this section.
On the "Playlist" side of this page, you can edit your playlist in the order that you want to play your tracks. If you prefer to randomly play the tracks in no particular order, go ahead and select the "Shuffle" box. There is also a "Randomize" button at the bottom of this page, but it will mix up the order of your playlist randomly but will play the tracks from beginning to end in the new order it has been set for.
At the bottom of this section, there is an option where you can "Allow the same track multiple times" on your playlist. By default, you can only add a track once from your Locker into a specific playlist. However, you can choose to add a track multiple times on your playlist. This is mainly used for Station ID files, which is non-copyrighted material that a broadcaster can create to promote their station. Please be very careful if you choose to add a copyrighted song multiple times on a playlist. All playlists must meet the DMCA regulations. As such, this option does not disable DMCA compliance requirements.
Similar to the Locker side of this page, you can preview the first and last 15 seconds of a track. But, you can also preview the segue from the track you have selected to the next one on the list, when you do not have "Shuffle" selected.
When you click on this button, this brings up additional options that you can use to view the tracks listed on the Locker and Playlist section of this page. For example, you can choose to view your tracks by the Artist-Track-CD view or you can simply view the file name for the track.