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Thread: Can you remove/delete default playlist

  1. #1

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    Cool Can you remove/delete default playlist

    It's a minor issue, but I never use the default playlists - jukebox, last 50, etc. - and would rather get them out of my playlist list.

    Is it possible to remove them from the playlist menu?


    Thanks!

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    It is not possible.

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    Thanks, Spoon - I appreciate the quick response!

    Are you with dbpoweramp?

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    Yes

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    Re: Playlists Hi I am new to this software. My wife and I have a large number of random tracks and want to create mood playlists. Where and how do we do this?

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    Which software are you using?

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    Asset controlled by a Netgear MP101 media player

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    You would need playlist editing software to create m3u playlists, we have no software which can do this.

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    Re: Can you remove/delete default playlist

    If you use Windows 7 you can create m3u playlist using windows media player. It defaults to a different format so you would need to use the "save as" and then select m3u as the format. Also, you will need to add your playlist folder in Asset and then change the type to playlist (with the drop-down menu).

    You could also download a couple of freeware programs that create m3u playlist. MediaMonkey is one.

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