Is it a single or double red line that appears in the list?
A double line indicates a file that can't be opened, while a single line indicates
a file that can be opened but not played, eg. an unsupported format.
If you add the MP3 files in another way (eg. drag'n'drop them), can XMPlay play them?
If so, are their filenames/paths identical to the playlist-loaded files?
You can enable "Show filenames in extended list" to quickly compare filenames,
or use the "Track info" windows.
It is a double red line.
Like I "said" previously,
- the XMP playlist Track Info "XMP shows the correct path to file ...";
- XMP will play these same mp3 files when I add/play them via a pls relative path playist;
- All other MM apps that I use will open/play these relative path m3u playlists with no problem;
The XMP track info "shows the correct path to file ..." and shows filetype "MP3"
but does not, however, read the track tags.
XMP will add/play these same mp3 files when I use a "full path" m3u playlist.
When I click "Scan for new locations" under Option &Stuff\Playlist\Dead,
XMP opens the browse folder window to the m3u folder/directory -
not the folder/directory for the mp3 files.
The folder/directory structure is:
My m3u playlists look like this»
The double "..\" says go back 2 levels (to OutM) then find Oiu ...
All other MM apps that I use will open/play these relative path m3u playlists with no problem.