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backup.xiia

Peter 5 years ago • updated by Jona (Lead Developer) 5 years ago 2
What is the format of backup.xiia, perhaps there is a link with explanation.
I noticed in the net other <station> xml-style, but with instruction it would be easier, for example to add stations myself to the file. Thanks. (I'm a paid user).


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The backup file was not really intended for manual editing but regardless can still be done.


Here is some info about the different fields. Please note that they can change in the future.


t=title

c=category/genre

e=encoding can be ignored

su=playlist URL

sm=playlist mime

sc=comma delimited playlist URLs 

scm=playlist source mime essentially the first playlist element mime

scb=playlist source bitrate essentially the first playlist element mime

pc=play count

dc=date created

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The backup file was not really intended for manual editing but regardless can still be done.


Here is some info about the different fields. Please note that they can change in the future.


t=title

c=category/genre

e=encoding can be ignored

su=playlist URL

sm=playlist mime

sc=comma delimited playlist URLs 

scm=playlist source mime essentially the first playlist element mime

scb=playlist source bitrate essentially the first playlist element mime

pc=play count

dc=date created

I understand that the structure is internal to XIIALive and not a published standard.

Hopefully later on we can provide better tools for editing these things. :)