CherryPlayer 2.2.3 version has been released today. This version supports reading *.m3u, *.m3u8 and *.pls playlists formats from local disk and from internet. It has new "Open Url/Live/Radio" option in the main menu that will show dialog to open and play http, rtmp etc audio/video files, IPTV/Live translations and radio. It has improvements in adding files from disk to playlist - added sorting files by folders/files and titles (including numbers), also was changed order of adding files to playlist from 'z'-'a' to 'a'-'z' order. Also was fixed not worked Soundcloud search and were fixed a few bugs in YouTube search/playback.

More detailed list with updates is below:

1. Added support reading *.m3u, *.m3u8 and *.pls playlists from local disk and from internet.
1.1. Implemented first version of smart algorithm of parsing playlists.
1.2. Support recursive reading/downloading during loading playlist, so playlists inside playlist will be loaded too.

2. Added "Open Url/Live/Radio" option to the main menu that will show dialog to open and play next supported URLs types:
2.1. URLs to play http, rtmp etc audio/video files
2.2. URLs to play IPTV/Live translations.
2.3. URLs to play Radio streams.

3. Improved adding files to playlist:
3.1. Sort now folders and files before adding files to playlist - folders in the top, and files bellow, also files will be sorted like 'file1, ..., file10, file11, ..., file20..., file100, file101' etc.
3.2. Changed order of adding files to playlist from 'z->a' to 'a-z'.
3.3. Changed order of coping files from one playlist to another from 'z->a' to 'a-z'.

4. Fixed not worked SoundCloud search.

5. Fixed shown only a few first found youtube videos in search results.

6. Fixed missed some videos in youtube search results.

7. Fixed not played and not possible to download some youtube videos.

8. Corrected context menu for rename playlist edit field.

9. Fixed missing radio icon on minimized left panel.

10. Fixed not played url that is percent encoded.

Sincerely your CherryPlayer team!
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