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  • dinaiz
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foo_sync 0.1 - New component for syncing your media library with DAP
Hi all !

This component allows to copy the selected files in the playlist to any USB device, keeping the folder structure.

For instance, if your media library is in C:\musicmp3 and you have an usb device which contains music in the F:\music folder, then :

C:\musicmp3\artist\album\song.mp3 will be copied to F:\music\artist\album\song.mp3

How does it work ?

As usual, copy foo_sync.dll to your foobar2000 components folder.
Then go to preferences->tools->Foo Sync ands complete the "Folder to sync with" field (for example G:\music), without trailing slash
You are done with the config  :-)

Now go to your playlist, select a few songs, right click, select FooSync->Copy to usb
And you're done !

If the program doesn't behave as expected, display the console (view -> console) which displays some useful info.


Known issues and limitations :
- If the song is not in the media library, it's ignored


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  • Last Edit: 19 November, 2009, 12:44:57 AM by Frank Bicking

  • dinaiz
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foo_sync 0.1 - New component for syncing your media library with DAP
Reply #1
New version : foosync 0.2 .

Change log :
- Now runs asynchronously, so it doesn't block the main thread.
- Only one copy operation, instead  of 1 per file

Feedback welcome

  • plukin
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foo_sync 0.1 - New component for syncing your media library with DAP
Reply #2
Hi,
it is possibly to sync files which are in a specific playlist to a specific portable device?
or to sync files with a specific tag?

so we could have a simple and easy workaround to sync some files of library to e.g. a mp3 player!
maybe you can add something like that?!

thanks in advance!
p

foo_sync 0.1 - New component for syncing your media library with DAP
Reply #3
e: wrong thread, sorry
  • Last Edit: 26 October, 2011, 05:06:23 PM by iamthejeff