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 How to Import Playlists from iTunes, Windows Media Player, and other Apps
Solution
When MediaMonkey scans your hard disk, it searches for music and
playlist file types that you've chosen. By default, Windows Media
Player and iTunes, don't store playlists in a format that can be read
by MediaMonkey. If you want MediaMonkey to read these playlists, you'll
want to export them into a format that MediaMonkey can read (e.g. .m3u
or .pls).

For Windows Media Player Playlists:
1. Click Library.
2. In the Contents pane (the left pane), expand the My Playlists category,
and then click a playlist to make it play.
3. On the File menu, click Save Now Playing List As (Save Playlist As in
Windows Media Player 9 Series), click Save as type, and then click M3U
Playlist(*.m3u).
4. In the File name box, type a file name for the M3U playlist, and then
click Save.
5. In MediaMonkey, click File > Add Folders and scan the directory
containing the playlist(s).

For iTunes Playlists:
1. This functionality is not provided by default. Download and run either of
the following scripts:
o iTunes Export: http://www.ericdaugherty.com/dev/itunesexport/
o Export Playlist to .m3u:
http://homepage.mac.com/beryrinaldo/AudioTron/Export_Playlist_to_M3U
2. In MediaMonkey, click File > Add Folders and scan the directory containing
the playlist(s).


Article Details
Article ID: 70
Created On: 01 Feb 2008 08:31 PM

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