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Playlist markup language

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Playlist markup language

A playlist markup language is a markup language that specifies the contents and playback of a digital multimedia playlist; this includes streams of music, slideshows or even animations.

List of playlist markup languages

  • .asx, an XML style playlist containing more information about the items on the playlist.
  • .smil is an XML recommendation of the World Wide Web Consortium that includes playlist features.
  • Kalliope PlayList (.kpl) is a kind of XML playlist storing developed to speed up loading and managing playlists.
  • .pla, Samsung format(?), binary, Winamp handles these
  • XSPF, an XML format designed to enable playlist sharing.
  • WPL is an XML format used in Microsoft Windows Media Player versions 9–11.
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