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I could not find a simple howto with google, I sense it is to do with the fact that Linux and Windows users don't cross over that often. I hope the following explanation of how to create a playlist with Winamp for use in Serviio helps somewhat.
Therefore any playlist created in Windows will have the above absolute path (1), so to use it in Serviio it is necessary to do a search and replace as follows
This will produce the absolute path (2).
A rather convoluted exercise ! ! !
There is a simpler way using a relative path to the root of your music directory (in my case FLAC).
These are the instructions to produce a relative path using Notepad++ and Winamp
Open Notepad++ and create a new file and save as
Now open Winamp and in the left column RIGHT click on Playlists and choose
Import playlist from file...
go to the root of FLAC and choose the newly created trial_playlist.m3u file
There are multiple ways to add files to the playlist, if you enqueue the songs and test them - when satisfied highlight all songs enqueued and RIGHT click and choose
Send to: Library Playlists > trial_playlist
To save the playlist go back to left column Playlists > trial_playlist and in the right column you will see all the songs selected, at bottom of this column click on
Manage Playlists > Export playlist...
A window opens entitled "Export Playlist" the File name will already be trial_playlist and Save as type M3U Playlist.
Within a short time if using Serviio 1.92 the playlist will appear in the Media Browser under
That's it! Hope it works for YOU!