- 25th February 2007 at 12:06 pm #1136
Just started using Firefly with iTunes and the m1000 soundbridge and it’s great. One question though – is there anyway i can get Firefly to read my ordinary / manually populated playlists? It sees some of the smart playlists but I’d like it to read the others? Thanks for any help that might be out there.26th February 2007 at 12:07 am #9347rpeddeParticipant
Just started using Firefly with iTunes and the m1000 soundbridge and it’s great. One question though – is there anyway i can get Firefly to read my ordinary / manually populated playlists? It sees some of the smart playlists but I’d like it to read the others? Thanks for any help that might be out there.
Yes – not sure if you mean .m3u files, or if you mean playlists from iTunes. Either way is possible, but you’ll have to let us know which it is, and what platform you are on — Windows, Mac, linux. Also, if you have your music stored on a separate drive than your machine acting as a firefly server. Setup is a little different depending on what platform and how you have your music arranged.
— Ron26th February 2007 at 8:01 am #9348
Wow – thanks for such a speedy response, Ron.
I’m running Windows XP with all my music on drive G: (a partition on my second, fixed drive). I’m using iTunes (located under G:All MusiciTunes) with Firefly (located G:Firefly Media Server) and I can set up Smart Playlists fine but I can’t seem to set up any static playlists under Firefly (which I prefer). I’m probably being dumb here but I would really appreciate some help.26th February 2007 at 8:03 am #9349
Sorry, should have said – static playlist from iTunes.27th February 2007 at 8:32 pm #9350rpeddeParticipant
Sorry, should have said – static playlist from iTunes.
Got it. It should work okay as is… just make sure that you have your “My Music” folder listed as one of the music folders in your web admin. That folder should have your “iTunes Music Library.xml” file in it — that’s where it picks up the playlists from. You’ll need “Process m3u” set to “yes” and “process xml” set to “yes” in the web config as well.
— Ron1st March 2007 at 7:31 am #9351
Thanks a million, Ron.
Seems the problem was I had moved my original iTunes to the Music folder on a different drive, but iTunes was still saving the library to the original intallation on the root drive. Told Firefly to look both places and Bang – sorted. Thanks again for such a great server.
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