Hi @Jayson_Steckler ,
Ok , my tests were +Ve. With Cloudplayer
I made 2 playlists. One with Roon, and one with Foobar and both worked.
The Roon playlist was exported in Roon, along with the files themselves and then all files in folders were copied to Onedrive.
With Foobar I simply saved playlist and copied to Onedrive music folder (ie “m” folder, where i store my music on Onedrive), along with the folders with the music in them.
Important note: The playlists need to be copied to the cloud and then scanned after having copied and scanned the music files. It seems like the Cloudplayer creates its own version of the playlist when importing the m3u file and at that time scans the Onedrive files for existance, if the files dont exist on onedrive then they won’t appear in the imported playlist.
Hope this helps.
PS… Roon in its infinite wisdom, when exporting music files, assigns some really obtuse attribute to the album art called “Artwork 1”, rather than “Front Cover” which would be oh-so obvious, so basically all of the mobile players Ive got won’t read the album art at all. You’ll need to use some sort of bulk tag editor like MP3TAG to assign the correct name to the album art. I’ve put this as a feature request in Roon, but it received no comment nor endorsement sadly, so I doubt it will be corrected.