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    I've found I can't move winamp play lists in to different folder once I've created them, they can seem to find the tracks.

    The same applies if you copy the playlist and past the new one in a different folder.

    Now in order to use IRmans change playlist function, I need all my play lists in the same folder.

    Any Ideas how I can copy them over without openning each in winamp and going save as.

    Also they all need to be renamed 1 throught 9999, any ideas on how I can do this.

    I was wandering if anyone could help as to do this the long way (ie save as, several hundred times) will take hours

    Rob
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    send you a mail hopefuly with solution.
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    • #3
      If I remember correctly, you just create a playlist.lst file (located in the specified directory) and list your playlists as well as location in it. Line 1 would be playlist 1, etc.
      ex.
      c:\mp3\incubus\morningview\incubus-morningview.m3u
      c:\mp3\incubus\science\incubus-science

      you get the general idea. Then you wouldnt have to move the playlists and you also wouldnt have to rename all your playlists to numbers, much simpler. Its discussed in the plugin that comes for irman. Hope this helps, if you havent already found help.
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      • #4
        for renameing files, try a program called acdsee... you can select a load of files, right click on rename series.... job done!
        My Setup

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        • #5
          Wow.
          I've been using ACDSee for years and never knew that was there. Thanks for the tip!
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