When you have to do with streaming media on the web, a great burden during development is the handling of playlist files, or redirector metafiles.
These files typically end in a .asx, .pls or .m3u extension and contain metadata about the file they will play but not the actual file itself.
And, they are used to start up the correct application to play the media content - and especially when you are editing the contents of such files, this can become annoying.
Now, Clipland Portal showplaylist to the rescue! This new tool of Clipland Portal enables you to have a peek at the inner workings of playlist files as it shows the actual file contents without redirection or startup.
Other Clipland Portal tools: serverheader -what header does a server send? browserheader -what does your browser tell a server? gziptest -is a page delivered gzipped? urlencodedecode -urlencode/decode a string. epochconversion -convert unix time to normal date and back