This is a playlist tool for Reddit which allows you to listen to subreddits. Select a subreddit where people post links to YouTube
or Soundcloud, and it will try to play them all for you. Once it has started playing, all
you have to do is let it go!
storing it locally. This way the links returned should always be up to date and not depend
on the performance of my server (and I don't have to worry about databases and all that
messy stuff) ;-)
Requests and feedback
There's still a lot of stuff that can and will be done, so please let me know if you have
any specific feature requests. I won't guarantee that it will make it in to Reddit Playlister,
but I'm keen to hear all you have.
2013/08/02 - Added a couple more subreddits, added a new Soundcloud handler powered by Soundcloud's newer APIs, added keyboard shortcuts, added support for youtu.be links (not from post content), and some other bits and pieces.
2012/04/19 - Added postrock, electrohouse, techno, minimaltech, and tech_house to the dropdown.
2012/04/15 - Added EcouteCa, icm, ipm, funkhouse, nerdcore, and brostep to the subreddit list.
2010/12/10 - Now shouldn't double up tracks; Can now select hot/top/controversial (new might not be allowed via JSONP); Added a couple subreddits to the list
2010/11/19 - Removed the need for YQL
2010/11/17 - Added shuffle function
2010/11/17 - Re-added ability to change subreddits on the fly
2010/11/15 - Added volume and subreddits to saved options
2010/11/15 - Added Soundcloud title fetching (for group style items)
2010/11/10 - Extended multiple subreddit support
2010/11/07 - Added basic multiple subreddit support
2010/11/04 - Added "hide" button for items, small UI update
2010/11/02 - Improved event handling for playlist items
2010/11/02 - Rudimentary support for Soundcloud playlists/groups
2010/11/02 - Saves options via cookies
2010/10/24 - Layout and functionality tweaks
2010/10/23 - Layout tweaks
2010/10/23 - Added layout feature detection to try and get better visual performance off the bat
2010/10/22 - All functionality now available in IE (not thoroughly tested)
2010/10/19 - Tested in Opera
Media quality: If music is pausing frequently, lower quality reduces bandwidth usage and may improve playback performance (quicker buffering). If the chosen quality doesn't exist for the playing clip, it will choose the next lower quality automatically.
This only affects YouTube links.
Interface quality: Some browsers may struggle rendering gradients/shadows/etc. Enable "low" mode for better visual performance. "High" mode may not be available in your browser.