I was tired of not having playlists in my RAM. The best way to get a playlist in your ram is to divide up you playlists into folder and name each folder the name of the playlist. Well I have about 10gb's of music I actually put in my playlists and to do this my hand everytime I update a playlist is crazy.
Solution: Write a VB script to sort it all out for me
I have an Android phone and use DoubleTwist to manage all my playlists. DoubleTake uses an M3U playlist file and all my music is in MP3 format.
When you copy your music to a device (usb drive) DoubleTake will create a folder for each artist/album/song and a playlist in the root. This script will reorganize all of your music from this format into a folder for each playlist thus allowing you to fake playlists in your Ram.
DO NOT RUN THIS ON YOUR MUSIC LIBRARY. Only on a copy of your library.
If you have another program that creates a different playlist time and uses different playlist file simply add those to these variables by opening the script in notepad.
strPlaylistFileTypes = "m3u,"
strMusicFiletypes = "mp3,
So if you have m4u playlists and mp4 music files change the above to this:
strPlaylistFileTypes = "m3u,m4u,"
strMusicFiletypes = "mp3,mp4,
If you simply want to run this:
1) download it
2) rename it to RAMusic.vbs (remove the .txt, I couldn't upload a vbs file type)
3) Place it in the root directory with your m3u files.