Open PLAYLIST File

Files with format PLAYLIST, are play list of video files created by PowerDVD, a software DVD player for Windows. PowerDVD saves references to video clips that the software can play. Play list is saved in a plain text format and ending with the extension PLAYLIST.

PowerDVD is a software created by CyberLink and is a media player for Microsoft Windows supporting DVD playback, with Blu-ray playback available in higher editions.

Play list files generated by PowerDVD in its most recent versions have extensions .PLS or .M3U instead of PLAYLIST.

In order to open and operate a PLAYLIST file you must have the Cyberlink PowerDVD software installed on your system.

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