A new version of my iTunes Export utility is available.
iTunes Export exports your iTunes playlists as M3U, WPL, ZPL, and now also MPL files, allowing you to setup playlists in iTunes and use them with other software or devices.
This release adds several fixes and enhancements that have build up in the last few months. They include:
Improved the logic for music copying. It can now handle duplicate songs and an arbitrary number of songs in a playlist (removed the 999 song limit) and handles duplicate files gracefully. Thanks to Simon Hyde for submitting the patch.
Added support for MPL playlists, used by Centrafuse (www.centrafuse.com) Car PC. Thanks for Stavros Glezakos for submitting the patch.
The new version can be downloaded from the project homepage: http://www.ericdaugherty.com/dev/itunesexport/
There have been several requests for improved file copying approaches to handle the many different usage scenarios. I have begun work on a 2.0 version and am planning to include a revamped approach to file copying in that release. Thanks for all the feedback.
Please email me with new features or bug fixes (firstname.lastname@example.org).