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Foobar with a portable MP3 Player

I just got a cheap portable mp3 player.  What is is the best way to get manage it with foobar?  I cannot seem to find anything.  I have win7 and it just sees the player as a hard drive.  Can someone give me step by step to get this working with foobar?  Thanks.


Foobar with a portable MP3 Player

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I use just a file manager application (in my case: FreeCommander, a clone Total Commander) with a decent directory structure in my media library which makes it easy for me to find what I want to put on the player. That structure is created and maintained using foobar's File Operations functionality.

If you want to use foobar directly to copy music to the player, just create a File Operations entry (context menu, File Operations, Copy to, "..."), name it "MP3 Player" and select the MP3 player's drive letter as destination folder and select a suitable file name pattern.