Create HTML pages from WinAmp Playlists.Download v0.8
Ok, so here is the obligatory readme file for M3UHTML. This Win32 command line application [Windows NT, Windows 95/98] for creating HTML pages from WinAmp playlists.
M3UHTML uses highly flexible template files to generate the output HTML file. There are 3 template files used in this process; the header, detail and footer files. The contents of the header file is copied to the beginning of the output file. The detail file is used for each entry in the playlist, and finally the footer file is copied onto the end.
The M3UHTML currently supports:
|Value of the 'artist' field from the ID3 tag|
|Value of the 'title' field from the ID3 tag|
|Value of the 'album' field from the ID3 tag|
For example, if the text "Title: %%TITLE%%" is located in the template file and the ID3 tag contains the title 'Stayin' Alive' the resulting output file will contain "Title: Stayin' Alive".
The included examples illustrate a typical usage.
The command line syntax of M3UHTML is:
M3UHTML playlist-filename header-filename detail-filename footer-filename
M3UHTML d:\mp3\tjc1.m3u header.html detail.html footer.html
The resulting output is contained in the file M3UHTML.HTML. For a sample of how this be used within another HTML page, visit www.dreamlandblues.com and choose 'View complete playlist'.
This program is free for use in non-commercial environments. For commercial applications contact Frontier Digital.
PLEASE send suggestions and ALL bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org. I can't fix it if I don't know it's broken!