Recommended playlist creator/editor?

Hi all

I really dislike Windows media player to create playlists.

Do you recommend any playlist editor/creators? Ideally, it should be really easy to use, doesn’t take up much space or RAM, is free or reasonably priced and works with all MP3 players

I’m not looking for Winamp or Media monkey type software. Just something that easily creates playlists.

Thanks!

xavier

I’m new to the forum (and I only got my Fuze yesterday), this is my first post, so please be gentle with me.

Apologies if I’m resurrecting an old thread.  I shared the original poster’s views on not wishing to download another music do-all.  And I didn’t want to use wmp

I use fre:ac to convert music to FLAC, which is minimalist, but seems very good so far.  It’s not so good for manipulating the order of playlists however.

After a couple of failed experiements, I used Playlist Creator 3.6.2 from http://www.oddgravity.de/

I dragged and dropped the FLAC files in the order I wanted, and it worked first time.

hth

Hi, you might want to check this link. 

http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/214/~/creating-a-playlist-on-the-microsd-card-for-the-sansa-fuze-without-using

Thanks for the reply, but it seems very complex in comparison with my current solution, which so far seems fine.

I am a little confused by the difference between step 4 and step 5. At what point prior to step 5 were you supposed to save anything to the desktop, and why?

[quote]
STEP 4 - Rename the playlist

  1. Disconnect device from the PC.
  2. Switch the USB Mode to MSC. From the Main Menu , select Settings > System Settings > USB Mode.
  3. Select MSC.
  4. Connect your device to the PC.
  5. Go to the MUSIC folder.
  6. Rename the New Playlist.pla and New Playlist.pla.refs files to your desired playlist name.

STEP 5 - Rename the playlist

  1. Disconnect device from the PC.
  2. Switch the USB Mode to MSC. From the Main Menu, select Settings > System Settings > USB Mode.
  3. Select MSC.
  4. Connect your device to the PC.
  5. Go to the MUSIC folder.
    6. Copy the playlist and songs from the desktop to MUSIC folder.
  6. Rename the New Playlist.pla and New Playlist.pla.refs files to your desired playlist name.[/quote]

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