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Old 2 Oct 2008, 07:45 AM   #1
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Default Media Player Classic - Question - How to save playlist so they can be replayed

I know how to load a playlist, but not how to save it so I can replay it rather than having to load a playlist each time i open MPC. I have the latest version 6.4.9.1
I can't find any instructions - does anyone know how to do this?
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Right-click on a blank space in the Playlist window. Then "save as" to anywhere you like. You can now open this playlist(with .mpcpl extension) in MPC.
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paglamon, THANK YOU! I was using Windows Media Player because I was used to doing the playlist, BUT, finally checked back here and saw your post. IT WAS THAT EASY! I didn't realize this is how you made playlist.... Again, THANK YOU!
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Old 11 May 2010, 07:45 PM   #5
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Right-click on a blank space in the Playlist window. Then "save as" to anywhere you like. You can now open this playlist(with .mpcpl extension) in MPC.
I love wmp classic, its low cpu usage, its no nonsense interface, and the ability to play all(?) kind of audio and video formats.
Now I know how to make a playlist

Can you teach me how to give stars to the individual tracks in the playlist?
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Right-click on a blank space in the Playlist window. Then "save as" to anywhere you like. You can now open this playlist(with .mpcpl extension) in MPC.
Apologies for the Necro but this is best suited for this thread. This way I could thank you for helping out very nicely.

Thanks for helping me out with the issue that I was having at hand and I could kiss you for it!!

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Right-click on a blank space in the Playlist window. Then "save as" to anywhere you like. You can now open this playlist(with .mpcpl extension) in MPC.
Thanks for sharing this information here. This will surely help my sister.
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