04-24-2014 12:31 AM
I have upgraded from a Clip+ to a Sport and now I am having major problems syncing playlists.
The problem is this, when I sync a playlist not all of the songs appear in the playlist on the Sport. All of the songs are transferred and they all play if I select them manually either by artist or album. While using the card with the Clip+ there are no issues with the sync and all the files appear in the playlist.
All files are MP3 and the playlist is m3u. I have tried a range of different things such as converting each file, trying a different media player, using the Clip+ profile, a default USB profile and so on. I have even tried syncing on 4 different computers with a fresh install of MediaMonkey.
I would be grateful for any help you can offer.
04-25-2014 02:02 PM
The FAQ was pretty unhelpful!
For a start it is not accurate because the playlist does not need to be in the same directory as the files. I have playlists that work when in different branch from the root directory.
I use M3U playlist files and I have used MediaMonkey, WMP, Winamp and Songbird all without success.
Maybe a more helpful piece of information would be if there is a maximum amount of files that can be in a directory, how deep the file structure can be or how many characters the file path can be.
I already know how to make a playlist as my original post stated because I have used a Clip+ for a year without any issues and an iRiver for 6 years before that.
Please don't think I do not appreciate you trying to help me I just think pointing me to an FAQ which isn't an FAQ does not help.
06-06-2014 12:49 PM
i agree, that windows media player faq is not helpful. I was using Rhapsody for playlists, now I can seem to get Rhapsody to find any playlists, even the default out of the box gollist1-3. I was looking at Media Monkey etc. but it if doesn't work on the Sport that won't do me any good.