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Old 09-17-2004, 09:10 PM   #1
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what are .m3u and .sfv files?

Well, that's basically the question--what are .m3u and .sfv files? Also, how are .nfo files diff from .txt?
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In many cases extensions mean nothing (in nfo and txt -case). .m3u files are generally seen as music playlists.
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i dont know about sfv, but m3u is playlist. pls is also another extension for playlist.
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Don't know what .*** is? Check here:

SFV btw is a file that will verify the crc of a file. Used specifically with split RAR files.


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