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Oct 26 2009
By: WillysJeepMan Hekseville Citizen 302 posts
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Media Go: Export playlists?

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Has anyone discovered a way to export Media Go (v1.2)-created playlists (for use with other devices)?
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Re: Media Go: Export playlists?

Oct 27, 2009

WillysJeepMan wrote:
Has anyone discovered a way to export Media Go (v1.2)-created playlists (for use with other devices)?
I believe media go only supports the PSP and Zune 

 


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Re: Media Go: Export playlists?

Oct 27, 2009

Jim777 wrote:

WillysJeepMan wrote:
Has anyone discovered a way to export Media Go (v1.2)-created playlists (for use with other devices)?
I believe media go only supports the PSP and Zune 

 


Media Go does NOT support the Zune.   I am looking for a way to export playlists created with Media Go into .m3u or .wpl playlists.

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Sep 12, 2010

I know this is an old thread, but have you ever found a way to export the playlist? I'm also trying to figure out how export it to .m3u or other playlist format. I like using the media go but there are times when I just want to use a lighter media player specially when im working as media go takes up a lot of resources.

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Oct 16, 2011

OMG!! Just worked it out.. this has been in my mind for ages. Tried examing the library files and everything!!

Turns out it is soooo basic.

Open VLC player.

Open your playlist in media go, select all the songs (ctrl+a).

Now, drag and drop onto VLC. Save as a .m3u file

Enjoy!

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