hi @SKBubba. it is true that all the tracks are from tidal. but the playlist was created in the roon client, and it is not visible in the tidal app. in fact, that’s what i’m trying to do - to use roon to listen to my music, create playlists, and then keep them on tidal so i have access everywhere (including on my iphone when working out).
Weird. I tried with a mixed roon/qobuz playlist created in roon. I get the export option on Windows desktop. It outputs the track name, album, artist etc for all selected tracks, except the path is empty for qobuz tracks. Works the same for a roon playlist with only qobuz tracks. The only time I don’t see the export option is for qobuz created playlists.
You may need to alter the file path format in the m3u playlist for it to be compatible with certain apps.
Some apps using the m3u playlist don’t like the file path format that Roon exports it in.
For example, I tried to play the exported playlists using Kodi and VLC on an Nvidia Shield TV Pro and it didn’t work. Playing the same playlists using VLC on a Windows PC did work.
I had to do a global “Replace All” using Word to remove the NAS name and subfolder.
\NAS1\Music\Pop\Artist - Album\Album - Title.flac
had to be changed to
\Pop\Artist - Album\Album - Title.flac
[Replace “\NAS1\Music” with “”]
Also, the location of the playlist file had to be in \NAS1\Music folder [and not a higher or lower folder] otherwise the music files will not be found. The presumption is the the folder with the music files [\NAS1\Music\Pop] is located in the same folder where the m3u playlist file is [\NAS1\Music].
All my files are located on a local NAS. I can’t export a m3u file? I am new user, very surprised not to find this basic feature. If I spend hours creating custom playlists, I won’t have an easy way to export the list?