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Playlist question

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Hi to all,

This is my first post on this forum, but i browser it every day for 2/3 years :P

Im writting a mediaplayer with streaming support...now i want to add .mu3 and .pls support. Yesterday i see other player with this function on the forum...but but unfortunately I lost the source of this programm.

I see that they use regex for grab the link in the file...but i don't know how i can grab that link...

Can anyone explain me how i can do that and grab the streaming link?...

I search on the forum for hour but i dont found that damn topic :x

Hi, thank's for help!

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Up :x

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Up please :x

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UP :x

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up :x

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Noone can help me? =P

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

See the part where you posted code and showed what is failing to work, ohhhh right that never happened you just keep adding useful bits like "UP".

Nonetheless, here is how I would parse M3Us (edit, apparently transposed the 3 and U in the code as well) and feed them to a media player.

#Include <File.au3>
#include <Array.au3>


Dim $MU3array , $mp3s[1]


 $I= inputbox ("M3U??" , "Select M3U File")
    _FileReadToArray ($I, $MU3array)


    $URLs = _ArrayFindAll ($MU3array , "http://" , 0 ,0 ,0 , 1)


    For $k = 0 to ubound ($URLs) - 1

        _ArrayAdd ($mp3s , $MU3array[$URLs[$k]])
    Next

_ArrayDelete ($mp3s , 0)

$HttpMarkup = _ArrayToString ($mp3s)

$noMarkup = StringRegExpReplace ($HttpMarkup , "%20" , " ")

$mp3list = StringSplit ($noMarkup , "|")


For $m = 1 to $mp3list[0]

runwait ("mplay32 /play " & $mp3list[$m])

Next
Edited by iamtheky

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It dont work always, mu3 file can contain mms:// or more than one link,...i see on script example 3/4 player with the same mu3 parser...it work very well but i've lost the source :x

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Problem solved, i've write a great mu3 and .pls parser, all work very good :x

Hi to all

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