Use UI list or textarea below if you need special playlist with start and end time in it. Times can be skipped in any row.
Time can be an integer or in h:m:s, m:s format with or without leading zeros. For example: 1,1:02 (one minute and 2 seconds), 01:2:33 (one hour, two minutes and 33 seconds)
/file/path/video/1.avi,10,20 # starts at 10 second, and ends on 20 /file/path/video/2.avi,50,180 # starts at 50 second, and ends on 180
Separate each video with enter, and You can skip seconds if You wan`t or write them in time format, better example:
/file/path/video/1.avi,10,120 # start at 10 second, end on 120 /file/path/video/2.avi,1:20,1:30 # start at 1 minute 20 sec. and end on 1min30sec /file/path/video/3.avi,1:20 # start at 1min20sec and go until video is finished /file/path/video/4.avi # play whole video
* Save as m3u file button works with browsers:
Firefox 20+, Chrome, Chrome for Android, IE 10+, Opera 15+.
If You don't have any supported browser, simply copy the result text from textarea, create manually file playlist.m3u. Then edit it with notepad and paste it.
Start and end time params works for VLC player, but whole list without times can be used with any media player.