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Old 07-23-2004, 10:38 AM   #1
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burn multiple m3u playlists

I'm really into this digital music kick. I can't say enough about iTunes, except that they do need a Linux version!!! Anyway, I have a bunch of m3u playlists, and I want to make mp3 CDs of them. I just can't seem to find a script or software out there that will let me burn multiple m3u playlists onto a CD. I've found ways of burning a playlist, but one playlist is just not enough. I mean, come on... We're talking about 700 Mb of space here, and some playlists I have are for albums. Can anybody help me here?
Old 07-23-2004, 03:42 PM   #2
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There's ashell command to append a file to another (don't remember right now, but will look it up) You could append all the playlists you wanted and then burn that big playlist.... probably not exactly what you wanted though.


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