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If you are currently running an Ots Juke DJ installation, you will need to do the following if you wish to seamlessly transition to Ots DJ: You will now be up and running, however, if your Ots files were in the C:\Ots Juke tree, then you will need to perform a re-linking operation once you start Ots DJ, in order for it to locate the files in their new location.
This made the songs unplayable in Ots DJ until an Easy Scan was performed, which consequently re-analyzes the MP3/WAV (taking a few seconds per one) and updates the file's associated OMX file. File servers using a FAT filesystem are also affected, hence client machines of these servers will benefit from this maintenance release regardless of the OS/filesystem they operate on. This is an all-inclusive maintenance release which addresses some known issues, and adds Hercules DJ Console support and other enhanced support.Enhanced MP3/WAV file support Improved MP3/WAV file support to be slightly more compatible with malformed and non-compliant files, as produced by some recent encoders.Note: For some files you may have to delete the associated existing . Enhanced Shout Cast support Improved Shout Cast plug-in support so that when used with the 3rd-party SAM Encoder DSP plug-in ( title and artist info is able to be obtained by the plug-in (it uses a different method than the standard Nullsoft Shout Cast plug-in). This is a pre-release of our next update coming in a few months time, although this pre-release itself contains some significant functionality which you will find well worth the download.Consequently, this update is not intended to be particularly major from a new feature perspective, however it does deliver several capabilities, fixes and enhancements—in addition to better facilitating the implementation and completion of numerous planned developments.New Ots AV 1.85.073 release includes: Released on 12 January 2008.The MP3s produced by this application are faulty, and the company behind the product has just put out a new release which has resolved the problem.
Nevertheless, we have decided to create a work around for these "bad" MP3s, so that you may successfully convert them to Ots.Ots AV has been split into three separate product lines - Ots AV DJ, Ots AV Radio & Ots AV TV.Ots DJ Pro original customers now have an Ots AV DJ Pro-Classic license, and Ots AV Pro customers have an Ots AV DJ Pro-Classic license, with original entitlements at time of purchase (as will be noted in the My Licenses section at Ots here) and are highly recommended to upgrade FREE to this version. Ots DJ has been renamed to Ots AV (click for details). Ots DJ Pro customers now have an Ots AV license (as will be noted in the My Licenses section at Ots Zone.com) and should upgrade to this version.Note: If you are running Winamp visualizations you may also find that you need to re-install these to the new Ots Labs path using their respective installer, as some of them store absolute pathnames in their config files. This release addresses a specific problem concerning the use of MP3 files created with a recent popular encoder.You DO NOT need to download this new release if you are not currently experiencing problems converting some of your MP3 files. MP3 File Work-Around This update contains a work around for converting MP3s created with a popular and recent encoder application. This update is free to all Ots AV DJ, Ots AV Radio and Ots AV TV licensed users (including former Pro-licensed users).