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Copy file names into a text-editor to create a list

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I have windows 7 and im going to attemp a manual playlist-reconstruction inside an old M3U8-file

The only way to succed with this mission from where i am....im gonna need a trick/work-around  how i can manage to mass-copy their filenames (the highlighted songs) into  notepad

 

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The simplest solution to this is what I use for cataloguing my Albums/tracks.

The free and extremely comprehensive Karen's Directory Printer

https://www.karenware.com/powertools/karens-directory-printer.

 

You can do all sorts by changing the various tab/settings.

It can output the file you create as .txt rather than physically printing it. ☺️

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On 6/2/2019 at 12:17 PM, Boris said:

The simplest solution to this is what I use for cataloguing my Albums/tracks.

The free and extremely comprehensive Karen's Directory Printer

https://www.karenware.com/powertools/karens-directory-printer.

 

You can do all sorts by changing the various tab/settings.

It can output the file you create as .txt rather than physically printing it. ☺️

Thank you for the tip, gonna test

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