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How do I create an m3u in unicode? RRS feed

  • Question

  • I'm in the U.S. and am compiling some CD's for a Russian speaking group in France of audio files (not music) in Russian. When I create the m3u in Microsoft Notebook, to be opened in Windows Media Player, it works just fine in English. As soon as I translate the names of the files into Russian, it no longer allows me to save it as an ANSI file. I must save it as Unicode because the Russian language uses special characters. As soon as I do this, Windows Media Player will not open the file. How can I create an m3u that Windows Media Player will recognize and that the people who speak Russian can understand what files are being played?

     

    I'd appreciate any assistance.

     

    Monday, August 9, 2010 7:25 PM