Author Topic: Exposing the playlists  (Read 2128 times)

V4lve

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How about making the smart playlists available as m3u files so my media server can use them.

Steven

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m3u files cant directly support smart playlists - they are just a list of files. What i can do is allow you to save the smart playlist as a m3u file.

Currently the only way i can think you can acheive this is to create a new playlist, and then drag the files from the smart playlist into the new playist.
The new playlist will be a m3u file located in the Playlists sub-folder of your library

V4lve

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Actually.  I'm being a bit stupid.  My media server (Firefly) can duplicate the smartplaylist functions so I think I am OK.  Just need to test that it works when i ask it to scan MusicBee's playlists folder.