VirtualDJ 8 User Manual
VirtualDJ offers a dedicated Playlists folder as a Root Element in the Folders List (location MyDocuments/VirtualDJ/Playlists) where all your newly created Playlists are stored.
Playlists are readable from any location. Simply click on that folder to expand and all your Playlists will be listed below that. Click on any of the Playlists to see its tracks in the File List.
If you need to gather all of them in the default folder, you can right-click on any Playlist (or even the entire folder) and choose File Operations Move to option from the offered menu.
Playlists in VirtualDJ
CREATE A PLAYLIST
Reorder the tracks by dragging them up and down to their desired position.
VirtualDJ can save playlists automatically from the sidelist, Automix and karaoke windows by setting the option savePlaylist to "Yes" (see Options).
SUB-FOLDERS & NESTED PLAYLISTS
VirtualDJ offers the ability to create playlist sub-folders to provide increased organization of playlists that can be expanded and collapsed. This prevents having to scroll through a large selection of playlists in the Folder list.
A pop-up box will appear in order to name the folder. Give your folder a name and click OK or press Enter on your keyboard.
A pop-up box will appear in order to name the playlist. Give your playlist a name and click OK or press Enter on your keyboard.
Once finished, the new playlist will be nested in the sub-folder.
EDIT A PLAYLIST
Choose Save from the Automix Options menu. Keep the same name if you wish the newly edited Playlist to overwrite the existing one, or choose a different name if you wish for a new one to be created based on your changes.
DELETE A PLAYLIST
From the same right-click menu, you may also Move, Copy, Rename, Load to SideList along with other Batch operations, such as Analyze, Add to Search DB etc.
Playlists do not get updated if tracks are moved, renamed or deleted (invalid file-path), even using File Operations of VirtualDJ. However, VirtualDJ will try to match and find your missing Playlist tracks in other drives, assuming that those have not been renamed.