XML Shareable Playlist Format (XSPF), pronounced spiff, is a next-generation playlist format for digital media such as songs in Vorbis or MP3 format. This wiki is for developers.
The mime type for XSPF playlists is application/xspf+xml, although it has not yet been registered with IANA.
These are applications which support XSPF and have not yet been added to the [[main applications list]].
- You have to be a member and to select "XSPF" in your preferences to use them by default, but you can look and test a sample playlist here: http://www.jamendo.com/get/track/id/album/audio/xspf/1003/?aue=ogg2
- Project Opus http://projectopus.com
- see http://www.projectopus.com/new-player for details
- includes modified version of Fabricio's player
"We added: A Scrubber/Shuttle so the lister can move the playhead to any point along the song. Time Remaining, Elapsed Time Played, Genre of Song, Origin/Location (city) of artist. Site specific stuff which my not be of interest to others is: Review song link: we were adding as a layer to the player but, it got too large and ugly. Buy song link. And a bunch of nice styling/skin tweaks."
- Lacy Morrow's modified version of Fabricio's player:
- trend of XSLT for xspf to html example
- http://dokerlund.edhsweb.org/wordpress/archives/23 is announce
- http://dokerlund.edhsweb.org/wordpress/xspf/media/playlist.xml is in practice
- Zuardi player modified to support FLV and SWF as well as mp3: http://blitz-xplore.blogspot.com/2006/05/file-xspfplayer.html
- XSPF v1 Notes and Errata
- XSPF Conformance Tests
- XSPF Wish List
- List of known XSPF extensions
- List of known XSPF metas
- Todo list for migrating mailing list from musicbrainz to xiph
- JSPF (JSON Sharable Playlist Format a.k.a. XSPF on JSON)
- XSPF specification
- Source control for source code, spec, xslt, validation: http://svn.xiph.org/trunk/xspf/
- Source control for web site: http://svn.xiph.org/websites/xspf.org/
- A survey of playlist formats, by Lucas Gonze
- XSPF Reference page on Wikipedia
This wiki is new as of spring 2005; are you looking for the old XSPF wiki?)