This script will copy the files of the selected tracks (or the files of the tracks in the selected playlist) to a user-chosen location and then create a M3U playlist file in the same location with relative file path references to the copied files. Includes options for renaming exported files with tag-pattern substitution (see File Renamer), FAT32 volume-checking, creating a relative subfolder for the audio files and for over-writing existing audio files.
Primarily intended for loading audio files and M3U playlists to mounted portable media--SD card, USB memory stick, and so on--that are used by various media players. Documentation explains more.
- Latest version:
- Adds pattern-substitution routine to rename exported files
- Adds optional check for FAT32 volumes
- Minor fixes and enhancements
Top, audio files and M3U file are copied to my selected folder (named "MUSIC" and which happens to be on a USB stick). Bottom, the M3U file as viewed in TextEdit. The files have been renamed with a substitution pattern using [track count] and [name] tags from each track.