You have selected node which doesn't have child nodes, so you should not use the Export M3Us For Child Nodes... command. You could use the Export As .m3u Playlist to Selected folder command instead if you want to save .m3u file in the same folder with media files or you could use the Export As .m3u Playlist... command if you want to save to some another folder.JayLaFunk wrote:This is the path to my Playlists on my NAS under My Computer node - W:\[Public]\04 Music\01Playlists\(Any Playlist) I have tried what you say Export M3Us\Create Playlists\Export M3Us For Child Nodes and as I say I get the message "Selected node doesn't have any child node"...nohitter151 wrote:Rather than right-click on playlists why don't you just right-click and export child nodes for the node that actually shows the tracks (eg under the 'my computer' node)?
If you want to export .m3u files for all folders on the same level, you should select their parent folder and use the Export M3Us For Child Nodes... command. In your case you should select 01Playlists.
If some folder doesn't contain any media file, this add-on will not create .m3u file for that folder, i.e. there would not be blank .m3u files for such folders.
By the way, I am not sure what you have selected because I don't use your skin, but it seems to me that you have selected some .m3u file already stored in some folder. I didn't try to export some existing .m3u node to some another .m3u file (and honestly I don't see any point in such thing), so you should use this add-on to export folders only. Actually, I think that I have disabled MM option to display .m3u files as folders in My Computer node.
I think that you have moved media files outside of MediaMonkey. There are several ways to update their location in MM database, e.g. with Update Location of Files in Database add-on. However, if the location of your media files in database is all right and you just want to add your existing folders from My Computer node as playlists which will be displayed somewhere inside of Playlists node, then you could use the Create Playlists for Child Nodes command.JayLaFunk wrote:this is a image of my imported playlists in my MM database/library, they are not empty on my NAS so how do I get them to show what is in them instead of being blank...
This is an image of my playlists under "Imported Playlists" which show blank
This is an image of my playlists on my NAS which show correctly, how do I get this to show in "Imported Playlists"?