I've been happily making and saving playlists (in PLS format) with Totem / Gnome Video for the last few years.
But upgrading to 16.04 I find that the new totem, while it opens playlists, doesn't seem to have a way to actually visualize and edit them. Let alone save them.
At least I can't find a way to open that panel in the UI.
VLC opens but doesn't save PLS format. Rhythmbox is awkward and clunky.
So is there a way to still work with PLS files in totem? Or is there another Linux music player that's equivalent?
What I'm looking for is something simple. I don't want a program that tries to import and manage a music library. My ordinary file system is my music library. (It's over 250 gigs and it's organized the way I want ... in folders that reflect my own classification scheme.)
All I want is:
- The ability to open a PLS file playlist
- Change the playlist order by dragging tunes up and down
- Drag and drop from nautilus directly into the list (at the point I want the tune to be played)
- Be able to save the PLS file again.
Exactly as I used to be able to do in totem.
Anything like this?