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also play list  (plā′lĭst′)
1. A list of musical selections for broadcast or performance: the radio station's playlist of songs.
2. A digital file designating a set of audio or video recordings to be played one after the other.


1. (Broadcasting) a list of records chosen for playing, as on a radio station
2. (Broadcasting) a list of tracks to be played in a particular order on an MP3 player or CD player
(Broadcasting) (tr) to put (a song or record) on a playlist



a list or schedule of the recordings to be played on the radio during a particular program or time period.
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Noun1.playlist - a list of musical selections for performance or for broadcast by radio
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)


[ˈpleɪlɪst] N (Rad) → lista f discográfica
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Specifically, the baseline standard stipulates devices must decode both WMA and MP3 codecs; use HTTP streaming with 301 and 302 redirection; accept play list formats M3U, ASX, PLS with new line separation for URLs in plain text; and receive stereo streams via two channels or by downloading a mix of both.
MP3 CD Burner lets you select your MP3 and WAV songs by doing keyword searches, browsing your music folders and dragging and dropping your favorite songs, or importing your M3U or PLS playlists.
Radio" is a file in MP3s sibling system M3U, which provides a constant link to an artists songs - just click and listen to a constant stream of music.
The D-Link Player supports virtually all digital content standards, including the popular WMA, MP3, WAV, and AIF audio formats, the JPG, BMP, PNG, TIFF, JPG2000 and GIF Image formats, the MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, Quicktime, AVI and XviD Video formats and the M3U and PLS Audio Playlist formats.
Supported Audio Formats include MP3, WMA (transcoded on PC), M3U, M3U8 and PLS