e200 MSC Playlist Editor/Creator
Ever since I got this player, I needed an easy way to create playlists without using the propriatary MTP protocol (this only left me with the MSC option) Seeing as the only alternative was to tag my files to play in order, I got a hex editor and started examining the Go List file that was created by the player. Shortly after, I was able to create some primitive playlists with alot of hassle. This program basically solves all these problems and does all the work you for. You can load properly names albums in, type in a name for the playlist, and click save, which will create a playlist in the order of the songs by filename. Alternatively, you can edit the playlist manually or even sort by ID3 tags (such as track #).
After a few months of development, this application is finally in a usable form. 0.5 has a newer interface, and uses .NET 2.0 form improved performance.
Set the player drive is located (click the ... button) near the bottom, and choose the Sansa drive. The rest (moving/adding/copying) can all be done via dragging and dropping.
You need the Microsoft.NET 2.0 framework installed for this program to work (new since 0.5)
*nix mono version (needs libgdi)
New in 0.8
- Various bug fixes
- Random playlist support
- Fixed up menu inconsistencies
- Total playlist length now calculated
New in 0.7
- Music files now copied to player/MicroSD if not already there
- Drag/move move support for the playlist editor
- Allows for MicroSD file usage and playlists Please test, I don't have a MicroSD card to test on
- New Help->Donate button
New in 0.6.1
- Improved unicode support
- Fixed: Playlist will not open with certain filenames in list
New in 0.6
- Import menu item
-- Imports M3U files and copies them to the player
- WMA tag read support (Windows XP/Vista only)
- ID3v2 tag read support (Windows XP/Vista only)
- Installer now included
Donations are gladly accepted via PayPal here.
Thanks to the following people for donating to help keep development going:
See old thread for pre-0.5 versions: link. Since alot of stuff was re-written, please keep questions regarding older versions in that thread.
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