05-07-2016 02:33 PM
Is it possible to create a playlist without Windows Media Player? I have VideoLan if that's any help...
Here's the issue: I've made the test.m3u file, placed it inside the "Music" folder with the following contents -
So test.m3u exists in "Music" and "test.mp3" also exists in "Music." However, when I access the "Playlists" menu inside the Sansa player, and then click on the "TEST" playlist, it reads as "EMPTY." Why is this? Is it just that it can't find the MP3 file or have I done something wrong with where I've placed everything?
Any help is appreciated.
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05-08-2016 07:26 PM
I am having success creating m3u playlists on my Clip Sport with music files arranged in multiple subfolders using VLC Media Player.
First, I use Win File Explorer to create subfolders on my Clip Sport (internal memory or external card) under Music. Then I copy my selected mp3 files from my HD into the various Music subfolders on my Clip Sport
Then I use VLC Media Player to load the mp3 files on my player into the VLC playlist window.
Then I use "Media -> Save Playlist to file -.> Save as "abc123.m3u" and save the new playlist in any one of the Music subfolders on my player. Then I can use Music mode or Card mode on my Clip Sport to select the playlist and listen to music files across all the subfolders.
See this link for some helpful screen captures
06-20-2016 06:20 PM
That was *EXACTLY* the kind of response I had been hoping for! (Sorry about the radio silence, btw.)
Your method works perfectly. Thank you so much, DFELD2005!!!
02-25-2019 09:41 PM
Oh wow dude, this was so awesome!! I just COULD NOT get a play list on this thing and it was driving me CRAZY!! I just bought it yesterday to replace a 15 year old RCA lyra MP3 player that I use at the gym. I need playlists so my songs are in order of what I'm doing at the gym (cardio, lifting, sauna) cos who wants to hear Five Finger Death Punch while trying to relax in the sauna, right? LOL! I consider myself somewhat computer/tech savvy and the instructions on the Sandisk website were totally NOT helpful! Thankfully I already had the VLC media player downloaded already and followed your instructions. SUCCESS! I see my 3 different playlists in the Music folder and I'm able to switch between the 3 different 'zones' that I have. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!!!! I absolutely could not have done this without your instructions and I need this for the gym tomorrow (it's 12:38 am as I'm typing this, lol) MANY MANY THANKS!!!