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    Posted: 13 Apr 2024 at 1:40pm
Hey! Is the way to convert a .m3u or .pls playlist file to audio .mp3 file? Or any other common audio format.

It is very likely that such a conversion is not possible at all. Then maybe there is another way?
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m3u is a playlist file. It's not actually an audio file, so you can't change it to mp3.
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Maybe play the playlist file and somehow record it while it's playing to get the sound?
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That's possible, yes. Either you have an "audio in" jack on your computer (which I suppose is rare, my old Macbook had it years ago), play the playlist on your phone and use a 3,5mm cable to record it to Audacity or something. Or use an app like Background Music for Mac that records your system audio.
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