Mplayer CE Playlist Problems.... Please help!

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Jul 11, 2009
  1. SpcaKuL
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    Newcomer SpcaKuL Newbie

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    I have been working on this for hours now.

    So i am using newest version 0.7

    I am connecting through smb. I can play single videos without any trouble.

    So i create a m3u playlist and then try to open it in mplayerce and it says "opening stream..." then goes back to menu. I have tried making a music playlist, a video playlist and tried different directories and everything i possibly could and it just will not play a playlist. It will open it, but will not play it. [​IMG]

    How do i get Mplayer CE to play a playlist or more then 1 file at a time.

    Please help!


    EDIT:

    I got it! Anyone wondering how to get a playlist to work do this. Drag all the files u want into Windows Media player. Then save as playlist in .m3u format. Then open it in Mplayer CE and watch it play!

    I was creating playlists in 2 other programs and i guess they werent created with the same code cause they wouldnt work. WMP will though.
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  2. UranusKiller

    Member UranusKiller TranceMaster

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    hehe yeah you got the hang of it then [​IMG]
     
  3. SpcaKuL
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    Newcomer SpcaKuL Newbie

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    Ya it works now, BUT while playing a playlist, i have had it freeze once where it keeps trying to open stream in middle of video and then had the whole Wii freeze up as well.
     
  4. Kakkoii

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    Just open notepad and do this:

    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:0,
    cheesy p1.avi
    cheese p2.avi
    hoppington.mp3
    shoompaloomp.mp3
    furdinger.avi
    and so on however many files you have.


    And save it as "All File Types" and add ".m3u" to the end of the file name.
     
  5. Th3-Blu3BoMb3r

    Member Th3-Blu3BoMb3r Mark D.

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    wait a sec kakkoii ur saying just rename the videos as .m3u and compress the files to make 1.m3u file and play it
     

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