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Radio JRiver and Cloudplay are [https://jriver.com/listener.html Listener Supported]. Thanks for your consideration. Give what you can. Your support makes it work.
Radio JRiverand Cloudplay are [https://jriver.com/listener.html Listener Supported]. Thanks for your consideration. Give what you can. Your support makes it work.
Revision as of 08:29, 22 January 2020
Imagine a limitless giga-library of lossless audio files that you can play anywhere. That's where JRiver Cloudplay is going.
Upload your own files as playlists
They are uploaded to our server at Amazon S3 whose reliability is excellent.
Play the Cloudplay playlists anywhere
Play Doctor can also combine these files with your local files. Others can do the same.
Radio JRiver uses these files
Radio JRiver programming is built from the files. Thanks for helping.
Playback will work from a browser
High Quality and Legal
All streaming is lossless. JRiver pays the licensing fees.
Please use this thread: https://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php/topic,121039.0.html
Enable "Upload to Cloud" in Tools > Options > General > Features . This is enabled by default in later builds of MC25.
Cloudplay is now in the tree on the left, just below Audio, Video, and Images.
1. Click on Cloudplay. Playlists will be displayed on the right.
Radio JRiver buttons are at the top of the Cloudplay Playlist page.
2. Register an account, preferably using the same name you use on the forum.
3. You can then upload playlists from MC > Playlists -- right click on any lossless playlist and choose "Upload to Cloud".
Only lossless playlists, mixes not CD's, 50 or so files per playlist, minimum 5 files.
Please use a descriptive name, or at least a primary artist or genre.
You may need to click on the setting icon in the upper right corner of the Cloudplay screen and check "Only show users that have uploaded content."
Use Cloudplay files with Play Doctor
You can combine your own library with the Cloudplay library when you play. Please see this thread for more:
Cloudplay has a page in MC Options, where you can set files to include or exclude. These settings affect both Cloudplay and Radio JRiver.
You can view new or popular playlists or users by clicking on the menu icon in the upper right corner.
Please use this thread: https://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php/topic,120167.0.html