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Solved: m3u with absolute paths
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Hi all

I am trying to build some m3u playlists but while those with relative pathnames work, I can't make the ones with absolute paths work.

Example of file structure:

share name: "NAS" (samba)
Folder structure in samba:
Code:
+ Music
   + x1
      file.mp3
   + x2
      playlist.m3u

x1 and x2 are subfolders of "Music" and both are on the same level. One has the mp3 file one has the playlist.


I am trying to reference the mp3 file in the playlist using absolute paths. I tried these versions for the contents of playlist.m3u:

1.
NAS/Music/x1/file.mp3

2.
/NAS/Music/x1/file.mp3

3.
/mnt/NAS/Music/x1/file.mp3


I can't get it to work. I see the playlist in the UI but when I try to play it nothing happens (empty queue).

Could anybody please let me know if this is possible and what format should I use? (the playlists will be generated by a script based on some criteria I will come up with and I prefer to have them in a different branch than the music so I cannot use relative paths because I have to go "up" in the folder structure at least once).




Thanks!
Adrian



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Messages In This Thread
m3u with absolute paths - by adixor - 08-01-2020, 08:24 PM
RE: m3u with absolute paths - by adixor - 08-01-2020, 08:32 PM
RE: m3u with absolute paths - by adixor - 08-01-2020, 08:39 PM
RE: m3u with absolute paths [SOLVED] - by adixor - 08-01-2020, 08:48 PM

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