Here's my problem. In mp3 files and other audio formats, when metadata is inserted, and you open Windows Explorer and set the view to Details, you can see the information for each track. I'm using Windows 10.
Now I was wondering if the same thing is possible for playlists, like .m3u files? Is it possible to set some sort of custom column in Explorer, e.g. "Total Tracks" and that it shows the total amount of songs in the playlist?
Can it be done? With a setting in Windows Registry? Or do I need to install some sort of add-on? If not, if I choose to use some other explorer like FreeCommander, is there a possibility to get it to work here?
I used to put all my playlists in Winamp, Media Library. Here I can see how many tracks are in a playlist. But the problem I find with this method is, that the playlist filenames in Winamp do not correspond with the real filenames found on my drive, which annoys me. Also, when using this method I'm stuck to Winamp, which I rather don't want to do.
Can anyone help me out? :) Thank you!