For the below example you will need to create a playlist file with the name of test.ofl. To learn how to create a predefined playlist click here.
Note: You are also able to automatically load an .m3u playlist file using a command-line argument.
Find the OtsTurntables icon you wish to add the command-line to. For details on creating an new icon click here.
Right-click on your OtsTurntables icon and select Properties.
Select the Shortcut tab.
In the Target field you should see something like C:\OtsLabs\OTSTT.exe
After this add the "C:\OtsLabs\Templates\test.ofl" file argument. This argument will cause OtsTurntables to automatically load and play the test.ofl list. Note, it is good practise to add the quotation marks, especially if your filenames contain spaces, e.g. My Playlist.ofl.
It should look as follows: C:\OtsLabs\OTSTT.exe "C:\OtsLabs\Templates\test.ofl"
Select Apply and then select OK.
Double-click on the icon. OtsTurntables will load and play the playlist.
Hot Tip: If you add the /shuffle command-line option OtsTurntables will shuffle the entire list, e.g. C:\OtsLabs\OTSTT.exe "C:\OtsLabs\Templates\test.ofl"/shuffle
Saving and loading a list
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