Technical Information

Terminology : Everest Cast Pro

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Everest Cast posted Apr 5 at 6:14 pm
Widgets
In this section you have an access to different HTML codes for your website integration, URL links and other details of your streams.

Players. In this section you will find HTML code for players, direct links to your streams and player links for the most common streaming players like WI
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Everest Cast posted Apr 5 at 6:13 pm
Settings
Show current DJ name in metadata - if this checkbox is checked - DJ name will also show up in the current track title, for example, if this setting is off listeners will see “Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up” if it is on, it can be “DJ John Doe: Rick Astley - Never G
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Everest Cast posted Apr 5 at 6:11 pm
Djs
In this section you control “Live” streaming sessions on your radio. By creating different Djs you allow your hosts to connect remotely to your station from their broadcasting stations and go live. Unlike standard Shoutcast/Icecast setup when there is only one shared connection pass
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Everest Cast posted Apr 5 at 6:10 pm
Schedule
Schedule is a way to make your playlists go on air at specific time of the day - is represents a calendar display of your “Events” where each event is a start of some playlist.

You can view the event calendar by month, week or day. After your account is just created - there
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Everest Cast posted Apr 5 at 6:07 pm
Playlists
Playlists are common with other software and programs - they help you organize your music. By default all music that you upload to the server gets into “All music” playlist, you may think of it like a music library of all your content. “All music” playlist goes on
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Everest Cast posted Apr 5 at 6:01 pm
Jingles (Complete Idea)

Creating a new jingle: first you need to upload your jingle file to the server, you can do it:

Via FTP by uploading the file into /jingles/Server_<YOUR SERVER ID>/ folder. If you have only one server - the directory name is /jingles/Server_1/

To upload via
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Radio Server
Radio server represents your radio. Broadcasters can have several radio servers in their account to manage several stations. Each radio server has its own music library, channels, settings, etc. There is a server switch dropdown at the top of every broadcaster account interface (next t
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