AdMaster will work with any radio or television playout that can import or execute the commercial break playlist(s) created in another software.
Check the list below to see if the preset for your current playout is already available. If not, you can configure the output format yourself, or you can contact us to do it for you.
AdSplits by Charlie Davy
Audisi GML (can be integrated using the custom output format configurator in AdMaster; scroll down to see the screenshots)
Digital Jukebox (DJB Radio)
Dinesat Pro Radio
Integra Air (can be integrated using the custom output format configurator in AdMaster; scroll down to see the screenshots)
Jazler RadioStar and SOHO (the integration tutorial available here)
mAirList(TPI format available as an output preset in AdMaster settings, check this post on mAirList support forum for more information)
Music 1 Pro
Playit Live (the integration tutorial available here)
PowerGold Music Scheduling Software
RadioDJ (the output presets for both m3u for new, and rpl outputs for older versions, are available in AdMaster, check this RadioDJ Forum topic)
Rivendell Linux Automation (the output preset available in AdMaster; not tested under Wine – you need a Windows PC to work with AdMaster)
Sam Broadcaster (the m3u files generated by AdMaster are inserted via script e.g. “Queue.AddList(‘C:AdMaster Playlists10a.m3u’,ipBottom);”)
StationPlaylist Creator/Studio (three different output presets available in AdMaster (integration via Play a file break notes, Commercial break break notes, or via Commercial spot groups). The integration video tutorial available here. We can assist you in configuring Creator and Studio to send the separate commercial breaks to different frequencies or audio channels; the details are here)
Zenon Media's SEND broadcasting
Zetta by RCS Software
In case your current automation platform is not listed above, you can use the built-in output format configurator to set up the output format that meets the exact requirements of your current playout/automation software.
You start from determining if one playlist file contains the traffic logs for the entire day, for one hour, or for one commercial break:
The next step is to configure the file name format. You can configure both file name and the extension:
The final step is to configure the structure inside a playlist (log) file. The available elements will allow you to configure the exact file content that your playout software can read and import. In case the required format is too specific to have it configured using the offered elements, contact us with the technical requirements, and we would gladly code the dedicated output and add it to the presets list. No purchase necessary.