sPlaylistMaker

Published by skwire on Thursday, October 20, 2011

Title: sPlaylistMaker
Description: sPlaylistMaker allows you to easily create .m3u and .m3u8 playlists via drag-and-drop or via the commandline. sPlaylistMaker will recursively scan through dropped folders and create a playlist file in each folder with the name of that folder. Existing playlist files are left untouched, though. sPlaylistMaker supports Unicode characters and offers four playlist writing options:

  • Automatic - Automatically determines which extension and file encoding type to use. If any filenames in a given folder use non-ASCII characters, the resulting playlist file will use a .m3u8 extension and be written in UTF-8 format. Otherwise, the playlist file will use a .m3u extension and be written in the system’s default codepage.
  • .m3u, write ASCII - Use the .m3u extension and write in the default codepage.
  • .m3u8, write UTF-8 (with BOM) - Use the .m3u8 extension and write in UTF-8 format with a BOM (Byte Order Mark).
  • .m3u, write UTF-8 (with BOM) - Use the .m3u extension but write in UTF-8 format with a BOM (Byte Order Mark).
  • .m3u8, write UTF-8 (without BOM) - Use the .m3u8 extension and write in UTF-8 format without a BOM (Byte Order Mark).
  • .m3u, write UTF-8 (without BOM) - Use the .m3u extension but write in UTF-8 format without a BOM (Byte Order Mark).

Version: 1.0.3 (2014-03-14)
Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/7. Probably works, but not tested, on Windows 8.
History: Changelog
Download: Portable zip
Discussion forum: Here
PAD file: Here
Screenshot:
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