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With Liquidsoap, the following additional AutoDJ options are available:
Song title codes
If enabled (and they are) the AutoDJ will include a small tracking code at the end of the song titles shown in your listeners' media players.
For example, instead of: Artist Name -- Song Title
You might see the following instead: Artist Name -- Song Title [C51B]
This allows detailed reports to be generated (on the Tracks tab of the Statistics Report page) containing most of the information needed to make reports to the appropriate entities for royalty determination purposes. If this option is disabled, the generated reports may be less detailed and may not contain sufficient information for accurate royalty reporting purposes.
When crossfading is enabled, specifies how many seconds of the end of a track are blended into the beginning of the next track.
When crossfading is enabled, specifies the duration of the fade-in for the next track in seconds. Decimal values (e.g.: 0.5) are permitted.
When crossfading is enabled, specifies the duration of the fade-out for the current track in seconds. Decimal values (e.g.: 0.5) are permitted.
When crossfading is enabled, specifies how tracks are blended together during a crossfade. Options include:
When selected, a standard crossfade algorithm is used in which the current and next track are crossfaded per the fade-in, fade-out, and length values.
When selected, a "smart" crossfade algorithm is used in which the perceived loudness of the last few seconds of the current track and the first few seconds of the next track are used to determine the optimal method for the crossfade. In theory this should result in a better-sounding crossfade, however in practice (depending upon the media being streamed) the "Normal" crossfade mode may yield results closer to what most listeners expect to hear.
Apply replay gain Enable to use the replay gain values (if any) stored in the MP3 files to normalize the volume of the audio stream. This may be useful to avoid dramatic per-track changes in volume when using MP3s from different sources. More information about Liquidsoap can be found here.