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yeah i was bored and didnt find any online so made my own :P

just place it in the directory you want to create a playlist from

you can change and add the extensions it searches for if you want ...

O and if you want to remove credits go ahead :) , just dont replace em :( thats all i ask ...

@echo off
color 0a
title playlist generator by DLSS
echo.
echo   playlist generator by DLSS  (posted originally on hak5.org)
echo my homepage : http://DLSS.co.nr
echo ------------------------------------------------------------------------
echo current directory is %cd%
echo.
set /p file=what should the playlist be called ?:
: test-audio
if exist *.mp3 (goto music) else (if exist *.wma (goto music) else (goto test-video) )
: test-video
if exist *.divx (goto video) else (if exist *.avi (goto video) else (if exist *.wmv (goto video) else (goto end) ) )

: music
title playlist generator by DLSS / generating %file% (audio) playlist
: m3u
echo.#generated with DLSS's playlist generator >> "%file%(a).m3u"
echo. >> "%file%(a).m3u"
dir "*.mp3"/b >> "%file%(a).m3u"
dir "*.wma"/b >> "%file%(a).m3u"
goto test-video
: video
title playlist generator by DLSS / generating %file% (video) playlists
: bsl
echo.#generated with DLSS's playlist generator >> "%file%.bsl"
echo. >> "%file%.bsl"
dir "*.avi"/b >> "%file%.bsl"
dir "*.divx"/b >> "%file%.bsl"
dir "*.wmv"/b >> "%file%.bsl"
: m3u
echo.#generated with DLSS's playlist generator >> "%file%(v).m3u"
echo. >> "%file%(v).m3u"
dir "*.avi"/b >> "%file%(v).m3u"
dir "*.divx"/b >> "%file%(v).m3u"
dir "*.wmv"/b >> "%file%(v).m3u"
: end
cls
exit

the slexy : http://slexy.org/view/s2T8ITtLEp

greetz, DLSS

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dir *.mp3 /b /on > PLS.m3u

Put that in a bat file anywhere on the pc, like in c:pls.bat

Then, go into any folder and follow the images instructions:

width=743 height=688http://www.twistedpairrecords.com/digip/pls.jpg[/img]

Just modify the line for applicatiosn used ot perform action to point to wher eyou stored the pls.bat file.

This was one of the first things I posted on the forums when I first started on here. :)

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  • 2 weeks later...

pfft..just bought a new pc and trie dthis in Vista. No options to do ith through the explorer shell, but I did manage to find a way to do it through the registry, and its similar to XP but not located in the same place.

Open regedit, go to key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTSystemFileAssociations.mp3

Now add a new Key under .mp3 called shell, then one under that called edit.m3p

It should now look somehting like this: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTSystemFileAssociations.mp3shelledit.mp3

Under edit.mp3 in the right pane, for default enter "Create PLS File"

Then under key edit.mp3 add one called command: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTSystemFileAssociations.mp3shelledit.mp3command

Under command in the right pane, enter "c:pls.bat" "%1" for the default value, pointing the the bat script in my previous post, saved as c:pls.bat

Then when you right click an mp3 file in Vista, you can now do the little pls trick to automatically create a pls.m3u of all the files in the current folder. :)

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