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Nomad Muvo TX

Postby shifty_ben » Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:22 am

OK wasn't sure which forum to put it in, but basically I want to knwo if anyone has found any good software for creating playlists and moving them onto the Muvo? I did try running the shipped creative thingy with Crossover but its a no go. What I'd really like is a media player that has a media library and will do this, but I am not running WMP on Crossover! that I am sticking by so I can do away with the media player bit if necessary, my MP3 collection is huge and im fed up of trawling through it. Even if someone knows someway to tell cp to take an .m3u playlist as input for the files to copy, that would do the job :D

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RE: Nomad Muvo TX

Postby nelz » Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:39 pm

Does it use standard WinAmp playlists? If so see the iRiver thread in Help, where I posted a command to convert an amaroK playlist to a WinAmp one acceptable to iRiver players.
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RE: Nomad Muvo TX

Postby shifty_ben » Thu Mar 02, 2006 2:04 pm

Annoyingly no it doesn't seem to, its a basic bugger, only plays one directory deep etc. Basically I want something that will copy the files needed. Found Zinf which is good for organising my collection, just need something to use this to copy it to the device, may even end up seeing if I can write a plugin for zinf
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RE: Nomad Muvo TX

Postby jdtate101 » Fri Mar 03, 2006 10:29 am

http://libnjb.sourceforge.net/
http://freshmeat.net/projects/kzenexplorer/

Might work with a muvo..not sure. It's not a listed device, but you could always try.
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