A Java application that can fix/repair playlists by searching a media library for lost, missing, & renamed files. Supports absolute & relative references, UTF-8, UNC paths, and URLs. Removes duplicates, sorts and randomizes lists, and much more!
- Fixes and repairs broken playlists, one at a time or in batch
- Finds files that were moved or renamed
- UTF-8, UNC, and URL support
- General playlist manipulation
- Launches your native audio playback application
- Batch Repair Winamp Media Library Playlists
- M3U/M3U8/PLS/WPL support
This nifty program picks up on the missing function that plagues media players...automagically fixing up playlist entries when media files are relocated. It does a brilliant job at it and even goes on to provide suggestions if the file name has been changed too...listFix() has helped me a countless number of times. Thanks for this priceless tool.
I had some serious trouble importing a bunch of old playlists into Banshee. Apparently the whole program crashes if there is a missing entry. THANKS TO listfix() I was able to fix my corrupted playlists. Thanks a lot for all the effort you guys have put in! A little remark though. When starting the program for the first time it complained about that there was no media directory set and crashed right away. When I started the program from the terminal I got another message: java.io.FileNotFoundException: /home/<username>/.listFix()/position.ini (No such file or directory) . After I did: touch ~/.listFix()/position.ini everything worked and I was able to use the program.
A total lifesaver. Thanks for making this project.
I made an account here for the soul purpose of giving listFix() 5 stars, fantastic, simple program that did exactly what I needed it to and saved me hours of time! THANK YOU!
This app has been a life saver! Like one of the other reviewers, it took me hours to find this brilliant playlist fixer. The developer should have a donate button on his website so people can support future development!