I've gotten requests to add ability to convert Serato crates into m3u files, so without further ado here are a few screen shots of the new-and-improved Crate Exporter:
Click the 'Export' arrow to select one of the available formats:
Click 'start' to export, and 'open' to open the last exported file with the OS's default application:
Here's the crate in text format (currently only the #, Artist, and Title column are exported):
Opening an .m3u file will also open the file in whichever player is the OS's default (iTunes on OSX):
Requirements & Limitations
* You'll need at least JRE8 (Java Runtime Environment) installed to run the jar.
* only been tested on OSX Mojave (though it should run on other OS's as well)
* nested crates not yet supported (only selected crate will be converted)
* only mp3 files currently supported (wav/mp4/etc files will be skipped)
Executable jar & source code here:
NOTE: for some reason the latest version of Mojave OSX does not allow directly running the jar via jar launcher. Running from terminal still seems to work: open 'terminal'type the following command to run the jar (fill in the path to the jar; e.g. /users/bob/downloads):java -jar [PATH_TO_JAR]/SeratoCrateExporter_beta01.jar
Came across this discussion in the Serato forum asking for the ability to export Serato crates into various formats. And thought this would be a fairly straightforward use of SSL API.
I did some analysis of the crate structure and turns out its a bit different from the Serato Session File (several new chunks & fields).
Nevertheless, I've modified the API to be able to unmarshal the new crate structure and am now introducing a new java GUI utility to help anyone needing to export Serato crates
Requirements: Must have JRE (java runtime environment) 8 or better installed (download link works as of today's date:) http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/jav…