Or use Meridian Player (best media player I've come across) to create a "playQ" playlist. this is an independent file as opposed to a database. there are a few steps involved but you can copy the "play Q" file (which has a .mpq extension) to your computer. this file can then be converted to a .m3u file fairly simply. Use Notepad++ to open the .mpq file.
01. Delete all characters before the first instance of "localAudio id"
02. Replace all (" /><) with (\r\n) without the parenthesis. \r\n moves the text to the next line, make sure to select extended mode
03. replace all (LocalAudio id="/mnt/sdcard/Music/) with (D:\Music\) or wherever the music is
04. replace (& with (&) - there seems to be an error with the & symbol
05. delete "\Items><\PlayQ>" at the end
Here is a link to the original post from where I got the information. I did have a different experience then what is shown here, but very useful: