playlist transfer frm Windows media player on my iphone or itune.

How to transfer a playlist from Windows media player to iTunes or on my iphone?

You can not.  Windows Media Player and iTunes do not use compatible file formats.  You will need to re - create the playlist in iTunes.

"eltonic" wrote in the new message: * e-mail address is removed from the privacy... *

How to transfer a playlist from Windows media player to iTunes or on my iphone?

Tags: Windows

Similar Questions

  • How can I import playlists from the windows media player 11 in excel 2003

    How can I import playlists from the windows media player 11 in excel 2003. I used to use the exporter information media, but in WMP11 it no longer allows me to "send to" exporting when I right click on a playlist.

    You must install the Windows Media Bonus Pack for Windows XP that includes the powertoy importer/exporter of playlist.

    Windows Media Bonus Pack for Windows XP! Packed with utilities, PowerToys, visualizations, skins, effects, sound and much more, the free Windows Media Bonus Pack installs on your Windows XP PC and allows your personality and creativity shine. More! MP3 Audio Converter THE sample one more feature! for Windows XP and double the amount of music you can store on your PC by converting your MP3 quickly and easily to Windows Media Audio (WMA) files. PowerToys for Windows Media Player for Windows XP (v8) includes a dozen new and updated PowerToys for Windows Media Player for Windows XP, designed to give you more control of your music with the MPXP tray control, Playlist Import to Excel, metadata utility library of media

    Download: Windows Media Bonus Pack for Windows XP

    Import playlist to Excel Powertoy
    Import playlist to Excel PowerToy offers an easy way to import lists of audio and video (with the .asx extension) of the Microsoft Windows Media Player in a worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2002 or later.

    After the playlist is imported into Excel, you can sort and retrieve information for each item in the list, including name, artist, genre, and bit rate of each file, sort and AutoFilter features in Excel. You can also export the file in HTML format to quickly create a Web page that contains a catalogue of all the audio and video in the playlist. In addition, you can draw and design of statistical information about the items in the playlist and use the information in other ODBC compatible programs (for example, Microsoft Access).

    The use of this tool is a two-step process. First, you must prepare the reading list by exporting it from Windows Media Player. Then, you use Playlist import to Excel PowerToy to import the playlist into Excel.

    To export a playlist in Windows Media Player:
    In Windows Media Player, click Media Library, and then expand My Playlists to view playlists that you created.
    Click the playlist you want to export.
    On the file menu, click Export Playlist to file.
    Select the folder where you want to save the file.
    In file name, enter a name for the file and then click Save.

    Import playlist into Excel:
    Click Start, point to programs, point to Windows Media Bonus Pack for Windows XP, and then click selection of import to Excel.
    Depending on your security settings, you can get a security warning dialog box. If Yes, click on enable the Macros to continue.
    Follow the instructions in the Windows Media Playlist import tool dialog box. (If you have already exported the playlist, you can skip step 3 in the import tool dialog box).

  • Transfer from Windows Media Player to Zip Sansa Clip

    In the end, I am creating playlists on my Sansa Clip Zip. So I think THAT I have to create a playlist in Windows Media Player and then sync my Sansa Clip Zip. For some reason any I am only able to see 5 playlists, but I know that I have created several of them. In fact, if I try to create a new play list using a name I know, I created, it is said that there are already. How can I see ALL my playlists?

    Also, if I click on playlists for the Sansa Clip Zip it shows I have 9 playlists, but I can't see what they contain!

    Hi Nymickey,

    I suggest you to contact the Sansa Clip Zip support for better support associated with Sansa Clip Zip and check if it helps.

  • I want to transfer my Windows Media Player library on my Itunes account.

    Remember - this is a public forum so never post private information such as numbers of mail or telephone!


    • You have problems with programs
    • Error messages
    • Recent changes to your computer
    • What you have already tried to solve the problem


    I suggest you follow the steps mentioned below.

    a. install iTunes on the system.

    b. open the program iTunes. Go to 'File' and click on "Add folder to library."

    c. Select your 'My music' folder (or the folder "Music" inWindows Vista). This is usually when the Windows Media Player stores your audio library. If you have songs stored in a different location on yourcomputer that you want to transfer it to iTunes, all simply, find and select the folder that contains your song files.

    d. If your music files are in WMA (Windows Media Audio) format, iTunes will ask you if you want to convert to the format. Click "Convert" to start the process. This process can take awhile, especially if you have a large audio library.

    e. after conversion finished, your song files in your library iTunes music.

    Thanks and regards.

    Thahaseena M
    Microsoft Answers Support Engineer.
    Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

  • How to put pictures to transfer to Windows Media Player?

    original title: photos game to transfer to Kodak EasyShare.  I want to change Windows Media Player transfer.  How?

    Somehow Kodak EasyShare is set as default location for transfer pictures to.

    I want to be able to choose where the images themselves, specifically Windows Media Player.

    How to change the transfer options?

    The following items may be worth a visit:

    Windows Vista - How to change the auto run settings

    Windows Vista: How to customize AutoPlay Windows Vista - AutoPlay: frequently asked questions

    Windows Vista - Troubleshoot AutoPlay

  • Mysteriously some 150 songs + if is presented as a playlist on my Windows Media Player without getting anything to create playlist, even if my kitten had passed through the keyboard of my laptop not too long ago.

    The songs are a random mix of many / most of the albums that I backed up on my system.  What happened twice, but the second time that the kitten was not involved and the list, various songs from the first game, just showed.  I really like this and I would like to create more random lists such as these two without having to go through all the hassle to use the AutoPlay list feature to enter so many songs.  Here are the parameters of my system, copied from the version of Windows Media Player that I use on a laptop Gateway under Vista Home Premium: Windows Media Player Version 11.0.6002.18111
    Version of the operating system: 6.0.6002 the system locale: en-US
    Service Pack: settings regional user 2.0: en-US
    Build lab: 6002.vistasp2_gdr.091208 - 0542 Geo ID: United States
    Type: Workstation DRM Version: 11.0.6002.18005
    Architecture: x 86 Indiv Version:
    Processors: 2

    Many thanks to anyone who can help me with this 'problem '.


    It seems that music files are added to the playlist in the folder of all music. In the list of non-registered, you always have an option to drag files to the playlist or click favorite game, when you click on the favorite game, the music files are added to the list at random.

    New playlists can also be created on the fly using the Shuffle Playlist feature. This feature makes it a one-click process to create a new playlist of your favorite songs. With a simple click of the link Playlist Shuffle, Windows Media Player generates a list of tracks weighted by highest ratings. With each click of the link, a fresh and completely new track list is generated.

    For more information on "Create or change an auto playlist in Windows Media Player", see these links:

    I hope this helps.

    Kind regards
    Answers from Microsoft supports the engineer.

  • Why my player continues to eject a blank cd without burning when I hit the button playlist burn on Windows media player?

    a window also appears asking me to insert a blank cd that ive repeatedly with the same result... also used 2 different drands of blank CD

    a window also appears asking me to insert a blank cd that ive repeatedly with the same result... also used 2 different drands of blank CD

    It is possible that you have a hardware problem with
    your burner. It may require maintenance or replacement.

  • Windows XP Windows Media Player 11 won't burn Audio CD from Playlist but Windows Media Player 9 burn playlist

    I'm trying to burn an audio cd using a playlist and the Windows Media Player built-in burning capability. I already went through the standard elements, changing CDs, shift etc.  The problem persists.

    When I try to burn an audio cd from a playlist I get the following message "windows media player has encountered a problem when burning the file to disk"

    I uninstalled Windows Media Player 11 and it is reverted to the version 9, version 9, I can burn audio CDs without problem and they play.

    OK, I GOT AN UPDATE, these WMA files are sitting on a shared folder on a server.  Windows media player 9 is able to burn them without a problem. Windows Media Player 11 cannot until I have copy the files to the local disk.

    Until Windows Media Player 11 changes forcing him not to work?

    Hi SupportTech2010,

    Method 1

    Check if the problem persists in mode safe mode with network mode and post back with the details.

    A description of the options to start in Windows XP Mode

    Method 2

    If the problem does not persist in mode safe mode with networking mode, then it is possible that some third-party programs installed on the computer is causing the problem.

    I suggest that you configure the computer in a clean boot state and check if it helps.

    To help resolve the error and other messages, you can start Windows XP by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot". A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.

    See section to learn more about how to clean boot.

    How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State

    Reset the computer to start as usual

    When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:

    1. Click Start , and then click run.
    2. Type msconfig , and then click OK.
      The System Configuration utility dialog box appears.
    3. Click the general tab, click Normal Startup - load all device drivers and services , and then click OK.
    4. When you are prompted, click restart to restart the computer.

    Method 3

    If the previous step fails, then I suggest that you create a network drive in Windows and check if it helps.

    How to connect and disconnect a network drive in Windows XP

  • How to export my library of Windows media player 11


    I want to transfer my Windows Media Player 11 on iTunes library - I can't do it from iTunes - how to export it WMP?

    Apple makes it pretty easy to transfer songs to iTunes from Windows Media Player. All you have to do is add your folder music in your iTunes library. If the songs are MP3 files, they are automatically imported. If you have WMA files, iTunes will offer to convert the files into a format supported iTunes. Here's a complete tutorial on the transfer songs from Windows Media Player, iTunes.

  • Windows media player vs. itunes question

    my family has products that are generic mp3 players (sony products) using windows media player and apple (iphone and ipad) products that need to use iTunes.

    what I really have two different copies of my music on my PC libraries to manage two types of devices?

    the player windows media allow for iPhone or iPad instead of iTunes?

    can you tell me any documentation or article which discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the two and provides recommendations on how to support the two players on the same PC?

    given a choice - if we are really to have two copies of the files - which I think we do but am not 100% sure - while would you - load Windows Media Player first and then import them into iTunes, or vice versa?

    I tried both, but it seems to mess up the representation of the library and search for music files.

    Is it possible to do so and have reasonable library for both products organisation?

    I should potentially rip my cd of in the two products separately, rather than do an import of the library from one to the other?

    any help or suggestion concerning best practices would be appreciated.

    Thank you.


    As long as you follow the MP3 format, there is no need to do a conversion. Both WMP and iTunes should be able to manage libraries of music very well, and you can point them both to the same places (no need to maintain two separate copies).

    As an alternative to iTunes, you can also use Winamp iPod support. To import the WMP library in Winamp (and keep it synchronized), you can use Windows Media Player Import plugin.

    Tim Baets

  • Windows Media Player does not recognize the device (iphone)

    I'm trying to download music from Windows Media Player on my iphone. I can get the files in the synchronization section but the Media Player does not recognize my device or seem to have a way to connect. Can anyone help?

    You will need to install iTunes. The iTunes Setup program adds drivers and services for the iPhone. That's what I do:

    1. Once iTunes is installed, it allows to import all the music in Windows Media Player.
    2. If you want to automatically download album art, you will need to register for an iTunes Store account. Otherwise, just copy the album art from Windows Media Player:
    a. at a command prompt, cd in each music folder.
    b. attrib s h AlbumArt * Large.jpg
    c. xcopy AlbumArt * %tmp% Large.jpg
    d. attrib + s + h AlbumArt * Large.jpg
    e e.. now, for each album in iTunes, right click and choose 'Get Info'. Drag & drop the corresponding JPG of %tmp% in the field "Cover Art" and click OK.
    3. connect your iPhone. Select "Manually manage music" on the screen of the iPhone.
    4. click on the icon on the left side of iTunes music. Make sure that all the music that you want to synchronize has an audit. (This is the default).
    5 Select and drag it to the icon of the iPhone.

  • Windows Media Player will not play cd but show no errors

    Windows 7 Windows Media Player 12 - previously would play music CD (purchased at retail, not burned) that I inserted in the CD/DVD/BD drive very well.  Now, whenever I put in a cd it seems to read the info of the cd (album, artist, title), but when I try to listen to a song, I see a red X.  If I hover over the red X is see "Windows Media Player has encountered an error.  Click the icon for more information. "When I click the icon I see simply a box that says"Error Details"and nothing more.  How to solve this error?

    Thanks for the reply very detailed with several suggestions.

    There are several known changes made to my computer since the last time I played a CD.  These include some Windows updates (which have been applied automatically during the stops), a Java Update, an update of Adobe Flash and possibly others that I don't know or don't remember.

    I was a bit confused about whether it was a hardware problem or software, because Windows Media Player seems to read at least part of the ok CD to get the album and track information, but could not play all the tracks.  Just before I read your suggestions, I tried something to isolate if it was a problem with Windows Media Player or a CD drive problem.  I opened iTunes was already installed on my computer and previously used to play music stored on the hard drive (but has never been used to play music directly from CD).  I inserted a CD with Windows Media Player could not play and iTunes has played the CD fine.  I closed iTunes and then reopen Windows Media Player and now he can play any CD just fine in Windows Media Player.  I am happy to say that everything seems to work fine now, but I have no idea why the problem disappeared after using iTunes when I could re - create the problem at will before that try to play all the CD with Windows Media Player.

    As a last test, I put a known "damaged" music CD.  It acts like the previous problem - i.e. can read/display the info of the album and the way tracks but cannot read any track, shows the red X next to each track he's trying to play, and by clicking on the red X opens a box that says "Error Details" and nothing more.  It would be nice if it gave an error code or a more descriptive message.

    Thanks again for your response.  We can close this thread because my problem disappeared mysteriously.

  • How to transfer 'tailor-made' comments using Windows Media Player files?

    I'm trying to move music from 1600 files, which I spent hours countless added 'Custom' fields in WMP (help me to recognize and classify).
    Now I want to move them to another computer - I can save/copy the files and move them, but I don't get the 'custom' fields
    I hope that someone out there has a solution.

    I move them from a 32-bit of Windows Vista (Media Player 11) to a Windows 7 (Media Player 12)


    What operating system is installed on the computer?

    I suggest you try the following steps:

    a. connect your removable media to your computer.
    b. click "Start" "All programs" and then "Windows Media Player."
    c. click on the arrow to the left of the "Playlists" to expand the list of selections that you created in Windows Media Player.
    d. right click on the playlist you want to transfer and click on "Open file location".
    e. right click on the playlist and select 'copy '.
    f. click 'Start' and then click 'computer '.
    g. double-click the icon for your removable media.
    h. click inside the folder, then click "Paste".
    i. eject your removable media from the computer.
    j. Insert your removable media into the second computer.
    k. click 'Start' and then click 'computer '.
    l. double-click the icon for your removable media.
    Mr. with the right button of the selection, and then click "copy".
    N. click on 'Start' and then click 'music '.
    O. double-click the folder "Playlists".
    P., right-click in the folder, then click "Paste".

  • try to download music from windows media player on my pc to my phone, my pc says is music to my phone, my phone says my playlist is empty. What should I do?

    Just got a new phone and I'm trying to download music I have on my pc to my phone. I think that my phone do not support my Media Player playlist. How can I change the format on my pc so its compatible for my phone?

    Hi KathleenBrewster,

    1. What is the brand and model of your phone?

    2. what type of music files you want to transfer?

    If you try to convert the format, you can use your favorite search engine to download third party software to convert the format that is supported in your phone.

    Note: The use of third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.

    You can also check the following items and see if it helps.

    Set up a device to sync in Windows Media Player

    Windows Media Player sync: frequently asked questions

    Hope this information is useful.

  • transfer music from windows media player files (windows 7) for mobile phone

    I get an error message when you try to transfer mp3 files on my Walkman of Sony W760a from Windows Media Player.  I have a Sony VAIO with Windows 7 software. I use a USB cable and my phone is recognized as a compatible device in Explorer Windows and Windows Media Player. I can go as far as creating and dragging playlists. Once I select 'sync', OMP said she is "preparing to sync" for about 5 minutes, it says "syncing" for 5 minutes, then said that the track was a mistake and stop the rest of the channels of transfer to the phone. He's going to tell me what the error... Help!

    For any question on Windows 7:

    Link above is Windows 7 Forum for questions on Windows 7.

    Windows 7 questions should be directed to the it.

    You are in the Vista Forums.

    See you soon.

    Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

Maybe you are looking for

  • Toshiba 39AL900A: the backlight photo changing from light to dark and back

    I recently bought a [Toshiba 39 "AL900A |], when I have my computer hooked up to him, I noticed a problem with the image. When a dark scene appears on the video im watchi

  • Number disconnected

    Please help me! My account is in perfect condition, but when I try to call through my Skype to Go, the only thing I hear is,"this number has been disconnected, altered or is no longer in service. » Please let me know what happens. I'm so frustrated.

  • Open spreadsheet auto at end of Vi

    Hello. I would like to know if it is possible for the .csv to open immediately after Vi ended? The file name for the spreadsheet is agreed before the test. It will run on PCs using Windows 7, so what matters. Thank you very much for your time.

  • Change of membership simple app

    Hello, is it possible to change my current subscription of 'Belonging to single-app creative cloud for Illustrator' Photoshop instead? My budget at the moment does not include several apps unfortunately. Thank you very much

  • How to remove a file that is saved in Adobe Acrobat Reader ms

    How to remove a file that is saved in Adobe Acrobat Reader ms