XSPF Playlist with relative path are not working

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XSPF Playlist with relative path are not working

Postby GandalfTheWhite » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:12 am

Hi,

Problem: I have several XSPF Files with relative path. After importing this xspf files you cannot play them - files not found.

MM: 4.1.19.1859

Expected behavior: MM should interpret (relative-) paths relativ to the position of the original xspf / playlist (-> VLC will do this).

Another solution would be that MM will use/store the absolut path in the MM db during the import process.


Thx.
GandalfTheWhite
 

Re: XSPF Playlist with relative path are not working

Postby Peke » Sun Jan 28, 2018 12:31 am

Hi,
I can't replicate.
Would you be kind to copy/Paste one small XSPF and path where it resides along with full path to one of the files in playlist?

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HINT: Use CODE in reply over XSPF to make it easier to read here
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Re: XSPF Playlist with relative path are not working

Postby GandalfTheWhite » Sat Feb 03, 2018 7:04 am

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<playlist xmlns="http://xspf.org/ns/0/" version="1">
   <title>testList</title>
   <trackList>
      <track>
         <location>file:///./../../Alben/Phil Collins/Hits/15 - In The Air Tonight.flac</location>
         <title>In The Air Tonight</title>
         <creator>Phil Collins</creator>
         <album />
         <image>file:///./cover.jpg</image>
      </track>
   </trackList>
</playlist>


After the import process - the relative path to my flac file could not be resolved - file is missing. Playing / Opening the xspf with vlc will work as excpected.
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