I'm syncing .mp3 files with UTF-8 filenames and .m3u playlists referencing these filenames -- generated on an Ubuntu system -- to a Windows machine. .mp3 filenames appear correctly in the Windows explorer, but when trying to play a .m3u playlist with Windows Media Player, it shows broken filenames and skips over files with non-ASCII characters.
I guess the filenames are stored in another encoding than UTF-8 on Windows, which Ubuntu One doesn't really care about, but the contents of the .m3u files aren't translated.
I'm looking for suggestions in dealing with this! :-)
-- Loïc Minier