By Eric Daugherty
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An application that allows you to export playlists that you have defined in iTunes to a variety of playlist formats, including M3U, WPL, ZPL, and Centrafuse (MPL). This application simplifies listening to your music on 3rd party devices while still using iTunes to manage your music library.
The application allows the creation of standalone playlists, as well as supporting the ability to copy your music files to a target location using several organizational formats.
This application does not make any modifications to your music files.
What's New in Version 2.2
Changed Minimum version to 10.7
Fixed Find/Replace Bug. Now works with empty Replace value.
Added warning if export is attempted with 0 playlists.
Wish I had found this one first- Works great!!!
This is my first review of an app because I had to provide a review for a product that did exactly what it advertised and did so flawlessly. I searched web posts from many different sites and eventually came across one mentioning this app. It was the second app I tried (I paid $5 for another “script” app that I would give 2 out 5 stars). Download and installation were easy, and the transfer of my playlists and files was easy. On my first attempt I noticed only my playlists transfered over to my SD card. The 2 second transfer was an easy give-away. So I looked a bit more closely and saw the option to tranfer files had not been selected. Once I did that it worked perfectly.
Used a 16GB SD card on my iMac and put the SD card in my 2014 Mercedes E350.
Not point and shoot
I bought this based on the reviews and if I was a techie rather than an enduser, my experience MAY have been different. After fooling with this for over an hour and producing inconsistent results - some cd/playlists would not read on an SD produced by this for the car stereo, this was my experience…the app is not an intuitive point and shoot app like every other app I have purchased. As a low tech end user, I found this made it confusing and hard to use - other than the five screenshots on this page and dubiously helpful callout boxes, there are no instructions anywhere, certainly not in the app, and not on the developer’s website. Finally out of frustration, I took a tip from another end user review and got export it for iTunes - it was intuitive, worked great, and I was up and running in no time. I wound up deleting all files produced by the playlist export app - no sense my throwing additional time in with money that was wasted for me.
works very well
I am using this to export playlists and my entire library to my audi's media player. Works very well, and I like the configurability of the different options. The only problem I found it was a very minor issue with bands having a ‘/‘ in the name, which causes the ‘/‘ to be interpreted as another directory. That’s just a minor annoyance however, and overall the program works flawlessly.