hii have a problem with auto play listhow can i make an autoplaylist with the songs (files) that are old then 1 or 2 weeksin short they files i ripped 1 or 2 weeks agocan i do it ?and which is the more easy & powerful components ?thanks
Quote from: francesco on 10 October, 2008, 10:44:03 AMhii have a problem with auto play listhow can i make an autoplaylist with the songs (files) that are old then 1 or 2 weeksin short they files i ripped 1 or 2 weeks agocan i do it ?and which is the more easy & powerful components ?thankshi,open search libray (Library->Search)type: NOT %last_modified% DURING LAST 2 WEEKSis it what are you looking for? older then 2 weeks?now click '...' button then 'create autoplaylist', now you can rename it. if you want change something in autoplaylist query go to View->Playlist Manager then right click on your autoplaylist, choose 'Autoplaylist ...' and here you go more info about 'Time Expressions'have fun
NOT %last_modified% DURING LAST 2 WEEKS
instead of %last_modified% you can use %added% so it wil only find files that are added to foob's library in the last two weeks.
If you'reu using the Autoplaylist Generator component, it doesn't work because it's outdated.Use the search feature to create an autoplaylist (click the ".." button).
NOT %added% DURING LAST WEEK AND %added% DURING LAST 2 WEEKS
Yes, it's smart, whenever you add new files to the library it will be in that playlist also. Autoplaylist is smart playlist. You can create a custom searchstring and save them as an autoplaylist. For example, do a search for:Code: [Select]NOT %added% DURING LAST WEEK AND %added% DURING LAST 2 WEEKSSave this with [...] > create autoplaylist, and it will always stay updated and always show only songs that were only added in the week before last week.
foobar's GUI can be almost everything you want, but some things just work different if you compare it to winamp or mediamonkey. imho foobar2000 works much better, though it seems complicated at start, once you get used to how things work it's the one and only audioplayer that will suit your needs. Read this thread if you want to create something similar to winamp:http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=66130My advice is: use the scratchbox under View > Layout > Create scratchbox... and create a gui from scratch. Play around with all the options in there and make it look as you want. Now that's nice, create a unique looking mediaplayer just the way you want it to be.
%play_count% PRESENT SORT DESCENDING BY %play_count%
%rating% PRESENT SORT DESCENDING BY %rating%
is there a resource that lern to me to use the serch and make smart playlist?
You can take a look at foobar's help > titleformatting or here:http://foosion.foobar2000.org/help/0.9/foo...h-1.4-help.htmlFor that last one you should install foosion's DBsearch. most played songs:Code: [Select]%play_count% PRESENT SORT DESCENDING BY %play_count%rated songs:Code: [Select]%rating% PRESENT SORT DESCENDING BY %rating%of course you can try all kinds of stuff, like:%rating% IS 5%play_count% GREATER 3%rating% LESS 3and combine these with operators like AND, OR, NOT, HAS etc. etc. Also search this forum for more goodies on that subject.Note that the SORT BY option is not necessery to create an autoplaylist, but it's used to sort by whatever you want (you could find all rated songs and sort by %artist% for example.
Quote from: francesco on 11 October, 2008, 09:00:46 AMis there a resource that lern to me to use the serch and make smart playlist?There is a short guide to make autoplaylists in foobar2000 herehttp://winamp2foobar.blogspot.com/2008/09/...-playlists.html(However it doesn't add much to what has been suggested (make a search, push [...], and that's it...)(I mean, many things in foobar2000 are a bit too far from obvious but this one is not that complicated...)If you are used to winamp syntax, the correspondance with foobar2000 syntax is here:http://winamp2foobar.blogspot.com/2008/10/...ename-full.html
Foobar2000:Components 0.9/Autoplaylist Manager (foo autoplaylist)From Hydrogenaudio Knowledgebase< Foobar2000:Components 0.9Jump to: navigation, searchDescriptionPresents a Media Library query in a dynamically-generated playlist.This component is no longer under development - you can use Album List (foobar2000 0.9.5 or newer) or Media Library Search (0.9.5.1 or newer) to create dynamically updated playlists
It's included by default, just go to Library>Search then type in ALL and hit the ... button