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ITunes playlists to SD cards

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by Keef, Jun 23, 2008.

  1. Keef
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    [Jun 23, 2008]
    I guess this has been asked loads of time so first of all apologies for been too lazy to search old threads for the answer!
    Can some one tell me the best way to get ITunes playlists to work on SD cards?
    Can I keep my playlists or do I have to copy all individual MP3s across into one folder?
    Also if playlist don’t work what’s the best way to organize the music files on the SD cards??

    Thanks for any advice

    Keef
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    [Jun 23, 2008]
    If you're talking about playing them on the RNS-E, then you wouldn't be able to play iTunes music on there, as the RNS-E will only play mp3 and iTunes uses AAC.

    Also, the iTunes playlists won't work either. If you want, I could post a copy of how the play lists should look when I get home later.

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    [Jun 23, 2008]
    Playlists in .m3u format and music in .mp3 format is what you need.
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    [Jun 25, 2008]
    Thanks for the reponses.
    All my music is in mp3 format but how do i get
    the Playlists in .m3u format?

    Thanks
    Keef
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    [Jun 25, 2008]
    Well I dont have tunes so I'm unsure what format it generates its playlists in.

    I use a free program from http://www.oddgravity.de/ to generate and modify playlists. They all play perfectly in my RNS-E.
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