That is problematic. The playlist format is not exactly a secret, but there is no playlist creator available for public use.
What you can do is download some of my playlists, start with the index.mvp and work on that. If you have specific questions just PM me and I'll do my best to help you out.
Here's a short example of playlist:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE playlist SYSTEM "playlist-1.0.dtd">
<pd l="mylist.mvp" b="http://www.geocities.com/myplace/" t="My Videos">
<msg>This is the welcome note. I hope you enjoy my videos!</msg>
<s l="untitled_26.mvqp.7650" t="My First Video" d="true"/>
<pe l="otherfolder/myotherplaylist.mvp" t="My Other Playlist"/>
<s l="http://www.foobar.com/stuff/morestuff/friendsvideo.mvqp.7650" t="My First Video" d="true"/>
In this above case your files should be found from these URLs:
http://www.geocities.com/myplace/mylist.mvp (the above playlist file)
http://www.geocities.com/myplace/untitled_26.mvqp.7650 (the first video)
http://www.geocities.com/myplace/otherfolder/myotherplaylist.mvp (the other playlist)
http://www.foobar.com/stuff/morestuff/friendsvideo.mvqp.7650 (the other video)
s=video, pe=playlist, t=title, d=download, b=base address
This may all be very confusing but if you know how to edit html you'll know how to edit that playlist.
Here's a short description of the files you'll get out when you encode with Designer:
untitled is the name, 26 is the total bandwidth. the file extension .7650 means that it is a mobile stream for Nokia 7650. I usually rename them to .mvq for shorter path and simplicity.
this is the player for Internet. It's not used with mobile phones.
this is the html file which has preformatted code and reference to the Internet player and the stream.
this is the Internet video file. It is not mobile stream, so you cannot view it with the 7650 player. You can and should view it with the Internet player.
When creating mobile streams you should follow these steps:
- Start program
- Select Create a new mobile presentation
- Click OK
- Drag mouse cursor on the Background bar near the bottom of the screen
- Choose videofile to open
- Set properties and settings. Make sure your video start and endtime are correct. You should make the start time 00:00:00.000
- Click OK
- File -> Publish presentation
- Choose YES/NO depending on if you want to save the presentation template
- Set file output location by clicking on Local PC tickbox
- Set the bandwidth you want to use, then click add
- Choose the options from Settings and then click Publish
Be sure to check out the latest additions to my list. Now added Futurama, Simpsons "coming soon". 8)
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