Well since I’ve been busy with my iWatchSyncer program for iTunes, I also created a second iTunes tool!
( note, the iWatchSyncer tool isn’t finished yet, it still hase som issues 😉 )
The second tool is called iExporter and I’ve posted it up on CodePlex right here.
What it allows you to do, is exporting mp3 files through selecting available playlists in iTunes!
Why would you do this, I hear you thinking… well let’s give an example.
Assume you have a car or hifi set that allows for usb input or even sd card input and you don’t want to hook up your iPod each time ( or you don’t own an iPod ). And you have a fine tuned iTunes playlist scenario that dynamically changes after each iPod synchronization. Well wouldn’t you like to hear those same playlists on those other devices too?
So with iExporter, you can!! You only have to specify an export destination and select the playlists you like.
iExporter will copy the mp3 music files in those playlists to the destination, arranged in subfolders ( one for each playlist selected and then one for each Artist – Album ).
The source code is also available…
Any ideas, tips or remarks, just give a shout!