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
More than fantastic.
this is AWESOME !!! i had to reorganise my music library (use lms server and roon and foobar to convert for lossy/portable devices). had quite a lot of playlists and this worked flawlessly !!! the only ';missing feature' is support for .DSF extension (would be cool if extensions were configurable).!! Thank you !!!
It doesn't seem to work for large playlists (over 400 entries?) It finds matches for the missing files, but is unable to save a playlist file with the changed locations. That's a deal-killer for me. Don't make the mistake of selecting a large number of files and then selecting "Replace Entries" in the vain hope of changing the folder name for those files manually. You will have to hit cancel hundreds of times or terminate listFix from Task Manager. UPDATE: I found the problem, and it isn't the size of the playlist. The problem is that listFix apparently doesn't update its internal list of the contents of the "media directories" when it is started. If it is possible that the contents of any of these folders changed since listFix was last run (always, in my case), you need to click the "Refresh" button. It would prevent much confusion if listFix did this automatically on startup.
A program that solves problems with broken playlists. If you've moved files or slightly altered their names, this tool will help you fix that with exceptional simplicity; bringing playlists back to life.
Awsome work !! I don't really like the fact that JSE is required but the pro is that it's portable and does not need an installer. I originally though it was designed for Winamp but it is not and works based on M8U and Library location; For Winamp users on Windows 7/8: the playlists are located here: %APPDATA%\Winamp\Plugins\ml Thanks for putting this together, it's an amazing tool.