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.ZPL File Extension

2 file types use the .zpl file extension.

File Type 1Zoom Player Playlist

DeveloperInmatrix
Popularity
4.0 (10 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatText

What is a ZPL file?

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

More Information

The ZPL playlist format includes the tags below. All the tags except the AC, NM, and BR! tags are optional.

  1. AC - Active file (the last one to be played)
  2. NM - 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

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Programs that open ZPL files
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File Type 2Zune Playlist

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
2.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatXML

.ZPL File Association 2

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.

More Information

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.

Programs that open ZPL files
Windows
Microsoft Zune
Updated 8/15/2011

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