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.ZPL File Extension

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File Type 1Zoom Player Play List

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CategoryData Files


File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.


Playlist format used by Zoom Player, a DVD and media player for Windows designed to work with home entertainment systems; saved in a text format that uses custom tags to define information about each item in the playlist.

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The ZPL Play List format includes the following tags:

  1. AC - Active file (the last one to be played)
  2. NM - The filename
  3. DR - File duration in seconds
  4. TT - File description
  5. TG - File genre
  6. TR - Track number
  7. TL - File language
  8. TA - Artist name
  9. TB - Album name
  10. TY - Production year
  11. TH - Author's name
  12. TE - File's encoder
  13. TC - Comments
  14. TU - File URL
  15. TO - Copyright information
  16. FD - Forced duration (for slideshows)
  17. BR! - End of file

All the tags except the AC, NM, and BR! tags are optional.

Program(s) that open .ZPL files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Inmatrix Zoom Player 8
Updated 7/15/2008

File Type 2Zune Playlist

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CategoryAudio Files


This file is saved in an XML format. You can view the XML structure and contents of the file in a text editor.


Audio or video playlist created by Zune, a multimedia application for Windows; saved in an XML format and contains references to playlist items, such as songs or movies; allows user to organize playlists by genres or favorites.

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By default, ZPL files are saved to the following directory:

[user]\My Music\Playlists\

NOTE: Zune also refers to a multimedia mobile device. The Zune desktop software can interface with Zune devices.

Program(s) that open .ZPL files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Microsoft Zune
Updated 8/15/2011