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How do I save a playlist offline?



KaraFun Player allows you to save a playlist offline, so you can play karaoke songs even while offline.

To do so, turn the "Offline" switch on, and make sure to wait a moment while KaraFun Player is synchronizing the tracks in the playlist on your computer.



If you have a KaraFun Monthly Subscription or a Party Pass (2 days), you can download up to 1,000 tracks for offline playing. If you want to synchronize the entire catalog offline, then you’ll need the KaraFun Professional Subscription.

Your playlist is only available on the computer you have used to create it. However, you can follow our tutorial on how to transfer your playlists between your computers.

Just a reminder: The average size needed for each track synchronized offline is about 5Mb.
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6 comments
  • 1 year ago
    I found it. Right clicked and all defaults came up. So I won't have a problem when I go to the bar or wherever to upload videos and there is no internet access there?
  • 1 year ago
    if i purchase a one month subscription and i save a song offline.... will it be working after one month or will i expire...............
  • 2 years ago
    How can I export in .kfn format the songs offline syncronized and download?
  • 2 years ago
    I, as you know by my emails, cannot play offline. Firstly how do you know the tracks are stored on the computer, and secondly the help svreen do not give enough detail of exactly how to start up a computer and what nto do to play off line!
  • 2 years ago
    This is all about saving your cataolog files locally so they can be played without an internet connection what i want to know is: I have several local folders with my own MP3 + CDG files -and then - IF I create several karafun playlists from those files - THEN -what I would EXPECT to be able to do is "export these playlists as a simple text file to another back up machine . THAT is what I call "save offline !!"
  • 2 years ago
    So does this save the files to your computer as a video file? Not sure how it "syncs" as such?


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