I'm trying to think of a way to do this. I sort my songs into a variety of playlists corresponding to different 'moods' I might have as I listen to them, and some songs fit for more than one kind of mood (e.g. a jazz song might be 'stylish' and 'emotional', or something to that effect). I also give them star ratings for a general sort of opinion about them.
I want to be able to filter and sort my media library by the moods I want or don't want, as well as by star rating. Anyone have a good way to do something like this? I can't seem to use Winamp's dynamic playlists to generate lists from existing filesystem playlists (e.g. songs in a given .m3u files). Hand-tagging files with Winamp's tag editor is a royal pain. It's trouble enough just giving a star rating and sorting into playlists as is.
If there is there a way to mass tag (with appending instead of overriding?) songs within each playlist with mood words to allow me to create dynamic playlists, I'd be fine (for now). It'd be nice if I could do this via some kind of hotkey for each song, too. I'm looking to see if I can use a macro program or something to do that, though.
Thanks in advance.
Edit: Problem! I can't easily get into my winamp playlists on the file system! They're apparently stored in unlabeled .m3u8 files in Winamp's AppData folder. I can get to them, but this is inconvenient.
Edit: Okay, I can use Dropbox (Ctrl+Shift+D) in Winamp to work around this annoyance. Somewhat.
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