03-26-2016 07:18 AM
Note that I went through all of these steps:
And this DOES work, but it obviously a huge pain
07-28-2016 05:39 AM
If it helps anyone else, i was able to create playlists in m3u format *without* moving all the files in the playlist to a single directory containing the m3u file... The trick is picking a target directory for the m3u file on your PC whose relative path to the "Music" folder matches the relative path from the "Playlists" folder to the "Music" folder on the Clip Sport itself. In my case, I use the "Desktop" folder since wmp then uses "../Music/<artist>/<song>" as the relative path from the playlist to the music.
09-08-2016 05:44 AM
I don't think that a natural sync can be made from the windows media player program.
As I too stumbled into this issue, after previously synced my sansa player directly from WMP, I have developed a python script to workaround this issue:
The script will export your original playlist, and convert it to a supported .m3u playlist on the music player.
Hope it will be helpful.
08-05-2018 12:33 PM
I have created a playlist by copying music files on my Sandisk Sport into Windows Media Player, gave it an unique name and saved in the Scandisk Sport in the Playlists as a M3U file When viewing the Scandisk it shows as an m3U file in Playlists. If i then go to Folder/Playlists and highlight the file and press the Play/Pause/Scoll up control it just move between the files in the Playlist folder. If I press the Power/Select control it displays file format not supported. Any suggestions or assistance?
08-06-2018 05:59 AM
Take a look at this message describing a way to use Windows Media Player to create m3u Playlists for the Clip Sport and Clip Jam. This message already has 4 Kudos !!!