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Sprintbit Playlist Manager lets you create playlis
Sprintbit Playlist Manager lets you create playlists of your favorite music, video and picture files. That's only a small part of what you can do with it.
This manager can create M3U, PLS, B4S, ASX, WPL, WAX, WVX, WMX, PPL, SMP type of playlists, compatible with many audio and video players. You can have numerous playlists and work with them all at once, moving files between them, and it can also convert between different playlist files.
It has built-in audio and video players that let you listen to different media types. The audio and video players can handle all the usual formats, but there was an AVI file that I wanted it to play and for some reason it didn't. There is also a standalone mini player built-in, which has its own file browser, video screen and playlist.
The program has two scheduler systems that allow you to play media files at a scheduled time, or at a specified date and time. You can view lyrics and pictures associated with your media files, during playback.
The Picture Viewer within this manager allows you to see a single picture or a slideshow from all your pictures. You can even make a playlist of your favorite pictures, and for that purpose, a new playlist format has been created PPL (Picture Playlist).
Sprintbit Playlist Manager can display statistics of your most played files, browse for duplicate files, get information from audio CDs, play video in full screen and many other things.
Pluses: It supports many file formats and can create numerous playlist files, for use with other audio and video players.
Drawbacks / flaws: It cannot display pictures in full screen.
In conclusion: A versatile manager that has lots of things to offer.
version reviewed: 4.0.20
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