Lowlander wrote: ↑
Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:23 pm
MediaMonkey will see each storage as a separate storage device. You can use AutoPlaylists (Gold feature) with the Synchronization Status Criteria to exclude files from one device (card) if they're on another.
Hi I'm a long time user of media monkey but not on a particularly knowledgeable or sophisticated level and would appreciate some advice.
I have a similar issue: my audio player has two microsd card slots (currently running 0ne 200 and one 256 GB cards) which creates huge capacity.
Ideally I would like to have my collection (350GB) spread across the two cards and in addition have a variety of playlists. The problem is that this results in duplicates as a playlist on card 2 will sync all items on the playlist onto card 2 even if they are already present on card 1.
This doesnt particularly matter for small playlists but some of the playlists are very large - for example I have a 4 star and a 5 star playlist each of which run to thousands of tracks.
I can see two possible approaches
1 modify the playlists as Lowlander suggests above - problem is that I have not the faintest idea how to achieve this.
2 recreate the playlists on the device and then sync them back onto the PC - is it possible to make a playlist, for example, of all 5 star tracks on the android version?
any expert guidance would be much appreciated.