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DuckingOfficer

Hey,

 

I created a playlist in a Movie library type.

 

Nowhere except in the Metadata Manager I can find this playlist, making it basically useless because I can't play the playlist e. g. on the Android TV app.

 

Am I just too stupid to find created playlists for my user or aren't those available for Movie type libraries?

 

Thanks!

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crusher11

There should be a "Playlists" library listed with all your other libraries.

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DuckingOfficer

Sadly, there isn't. Next to my libraries I only have the Collections.

 

Seems like some kind of bug? I try running Scan Media Library later today. I hope I don't have to do that every time I create a new playlist (I even did it through the normal web interface, so this would be kinda weird).

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PenkethBoy

Do you have a playlist library - should get created when you create your first playlist

 

and do you have the playlist library set to be visible in user>home screen settings as you can set it to be hidden

 

the playlist as an xml file is saved to ..\programdata\data\playlists\playlistname [playlist] (on windows) so does it exist?

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DuckingOfficer

I found the problem: I have granted access to specific libraries per user. This way, because the Playlist library has been created newly, it wasn't accessible by nobody. I allowed access and now it works. Thank you!

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PenkethBoy

great

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