To everybody who likes playlists and finds syncing the player to the PC to be a big hassle, here's my response. A playlist converter.
It's a simple command-line app, regular M3U/PLS playlist goes in, Meizu-compatible M3U playlist comes out. Simple as that.
How to use:
1. Extract the archive.
2. Run Meizu Playlist Converter.exe
3. Type in the filename of the playlist to convert (with .M3U or .PLS extension)
4. Type in the desired filename of the converted playlist (cannot be the same as the source, put .M3U extension here)
5. Copy converted playlist to PLAYLISTS folder on your M6 and enjoy!
If you haven't figured out already, the initial playlists should be made by opening the MUSIC folder on your M6 with your favorite music player, selecting the tracks and saving the playlist in either M3U or PLS format.
Playlists converted by this program work perfectly on my M6SL, might work with the M3 too, if they do, let me know.
Sorry for the size, it's written in Python. Might port it to C++ sometime.
Download (re-updated to v0.3)
Feedback is welcome!
v0.3 (6 Jan 2008)
Added spaces in EXE name.
Added version number to program.
Fixed conversion from PLS format, removed "EXPERIMENTAL" notice when you convert PLS files.
Created this file (changelog.txt).
v0.2 (5 Jan 2008)
Added experimental PLS conversion support, which didn't actually work. The playlist was recognized by the M6 and the songs were listed but the player wouldn't find the songs when you tried to play them.
v0.1 (5 Jan 2008)
Initial public release.