Copy Playlist to Card
Copy Playlist to Card
1.1.7

4.9

Copy Playlist to Card free download for Mac

Copy Playlist to Card

1.1.7
18 July 2005

Tool for copying iTunes playlist to Flash memory card.

Overview

Copy Playlist to Card copies the tracks of the selected playlist in iTunes and an .m3u file for it to a flash memory card or music player that is mounted on the desktop. The script will offer to trim to fit and/or erase the Audio folder if there is not enough room on the card. The script was specifically designed for use with Aeroplayer on PalmOS, but should support any player or memory card that is mountable as a disk on the desktop - note that slight modification of the script may be necessary for use with other players, as outlined in the included read me file. Copy Playlist to Card also numbers the copied tracks to preserve the playlist order alphabetically for players that don't support m3u playlist files, and bumps the played count and date which is useful for smart playlists. Most features are optional - see the read me for info on how to set options

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4 Copy Playlist to Card Reviews

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Anonymous
02 August 2005

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Downloaded and installed nicely. First copy to media drive was a breeze. Unmounted the disk, erased the playlist from my source list. Remounted the disk, dragged the whole folder to my library, and then dragged the .m3u file to a blank playlist in the source list in iTunes. And wham . . we're back. Impressive and easy to use. Hoping it's as easy to get the playlist into iTunes on a PC. That would make it perfect.
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Version 1.1.7
Grant-Esch
10 February 2006
Been looking for something like this for ages. And it works great
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Version 1.1.7
Timma
18 December 2005
Finally! I no longer have to feel disadvantaged by not owning an iPod...I am no longer a second class music listener, iTunes is for me too! Thank you, thank you, thank you...you have saved me hundreds of hours, dollars and hairs!
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Version 1.1.7
Anonymous
02 September 2005
Works as advertised. Tried it w/my RCA Lyra and worked great to copy to SD card after I created the Audio folder on it.
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Version 1.1.7
Anonymous
02 August 2005
Downloaded and installed nicely. First copy to media drive was a breeze. Unmounted the disk, erased the playlist from my source list. Remounted the disk, dragged the whole folder to my library, and then dragged the .m3u file to a blank playlist in the source list in iTunes. And wham . . we're back. Impressive and easy to use. Hoping it's as easy to get the playlist into iTunes on a PC. That would make it perfect.
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Version 1.1.7