Store playlists in a standard format and expose in a folder for Sonos/UPnP
Please write a program which allows the transfer of Innuos playlists to streaming services such as Sonos.
Store playlists in a common file format and expose on a folder to be accessible by Sonos/UPnP
By providing support to UPnP Players and Sonos on Sense, you could now use Sense playlists instead. Would this preferable instead of having to sync to different formats?
Personally I would be happy with an m3u file in the directory for local files which I assume is an easy fix. The file is already produced when you export playlists hence add option to produce an m3u and put on local drive with appropriate file/directory links for the music.
Any update on this request? Creating an m3u file in the playlists directory would be helpful
The point may actually be to integrate Sonos/UPnP devices in our app. If that would happen, would you still prefer to have the playlists exposed and use the respective UPnP/Sonos apps? Whilst we can expose the playlists, it would only work for local files, not for streaming. Would that still be useful?
Integrating to the app is certainly also a great feature, but I think still useful to expose / have locally. In Sonos, this is the difference between your music library (local) versus integration with a service. If the playlists are exposed, then you can still have them available in you music library. It also means they would be accessible to be able export your playlists / import into other services.