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Description: Turn iTunes Music Library into M3U playlist
Download: itunestom3u.zip       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 1Mb
Version: 1.1
Date: 16 Jun 12
Author: Richard Lake
Submitter: Richard Lake
Email: richard/lakemarketingandevents co uk
Requirements: An iTunes Music Collection
Category: audio/misc
Replaces: audio/misc/itunestom3u.zip
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 7182
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iTunesToM3U 1.1

Coded by Richard Lake

This simple tool will convert an Apple iTunes library file into an M3U
Playlist so you can more easily playback your music selection on your Amiga.


1. Take a copy of the entire contents of the iTunes Media folder to a
drawer on your Amiga.
2. (optional) Delete everything inside the iTunes Media folder EXCEPT
the music drawer.
3. Take a copy of the iTunes Music Library.xml file and copy into the same
drawer as the iTunes Media drawer on your Amiga - not inside the drawer, but
on the same directory level.


  |_ iTunes Media/
  |_ iTunes Music Library.xml
  |_ <Any other random files>

In this example above iTunesToM3U will generate an M3U playlist and save it
at ( Music:iTunes Music Library.m3u )

Compatible/tested with:


NOT-compatible/tested with:

AmigaAMP (currently doesn't parse an Extended M3U file correctly


18-06-12: You can now create separate playlists by Decade or by Artist.


The sourcecode is included in this distribution, you are free to take it and
modify it as you see fit.

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