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Hi, I created some playlists on MusicBee (m3u format) and imported them into Poweramp. MusicBee and Windows 11 recognizes all playlists with a complete list of songs. All playlists were imported into Poweramp but a few had only a couple of songs displayed and some playlists showed no songs at all. The six playlists were copied to a SD folder labeled "MusicBee Playlists" within the hierarchy of folders including the primary "Music" and sub folders for each artist. I rescanned the library and when that didn't work I did a "Full Rescan" followed by a reboot of the Android TCL 10L running Android 11. Is this a bug or did I do something wrong? What do I need to do to get Poweramp to make all songs available on the playlists? Thanks in advance.
I am running into an error with .m3u playlist files. Poweramp build-905-arm-play [905004-96b6d050] I am creating the .m3u files on my Mac and then transferring them over to the Android via Android File Transfer. The file structure on the Android (SD card) is mirrored from the Mac. I am certain none of the following are the problem: wrong-way slashes \'s vs /'s mismatched paths SD card access anything random introduced by Android File Transfer So here's the weird thing: I put three files to the playlist file, do the transfers (flacs + m3u), and then attempt to load in Poweramp. In Poweramp, Library->Playlists shows me the new playlist, that is has three files, and that is has about the expected playing time. It even shows the cover of one of the music files. But it still says "Doesn't look like anything to me" and there is nothing to play. I think the issue may be the size of the music files. Smaller files do not seem to have an issue (the ones I am trying to add are full album rips, so therefore 40 minutes and up). Is this a known problem? Are there limits on playlist entries as to the size or length of the music file? I can provide particulars if someone wants. Thanks for reading.
Hello there, yesterday I exported my power amp playlists to a folder on my internal storage. Next I copied all my music from my old SD Card to my new SD Card via PC. After inserting the new SD Card to my phone and relocating the exported playlists from my internal storage to the music folder of my new SD Card, the playlists were still visible in Poweramp and they also seemed to be filled with the correct songs, but the songs weren't playable because "the storage has been deleted". Also power amp shows up each and every song twice and registers 29 playlists (correct) and 5700 songs (incorrect, I only have half as much in my music folder). It would be great for me if someone had some time to help me. Greetings Jerry