On 17/10/16 17:50, Tung Tran wrote:
From what I know are .m3u files just plain text files (.m3u = ASCII text, m3u8
= UTF-8 text). See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M3U
This is an example for an .m3u file that I have on my desktop to play an
Internet radio station:
Could you please point me the command to create .m3u8 playlist for
subtitles on HLS streaming (VoD) application. I have the .srt file but
dont know how to make .m3u8 playlist from it.
--- PulseRadio.m3u ---
#EXTINF:-2,(#1 192k) PulsRadio Version 100% Trance - www.pulsradio.com
I believe lines starting with "#" are mere optional comments and all the file
then contains are lists of URLs of all sorts. Should be the easiest thing in the
world to create with only a text editor.
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