Somehow, 1 time I was able to transfer a song from my Itunes library to the songcube and I have not been able to do again since. I don't remember exactly the steps I took to do this and the instructional manual does not address this method. Would you please advise.
Songcube can only copy mp3 files from your itunes library. i tried several formats but only mp3 works.
first you have to convert your itunes library files to mp3 format.
To convert music files from one format (e.g. AAC) to another (e.g. MP3):
1. Open iTunes
2. Click on iTunes ? Preferences
3. Click on the Importing button at the top
of the window
4. From the Import Using pop-up menu, click
on the encoding format (MP3) to which
you want to convert your music files
5. Click on OK to save the settings
6. Select one or more songs in your
iTunes library to convert (Command-Click
to select specific individual files or
Shift-Click to select files in a row)
7. Click on Advanced ? Convert Selection
to... (MP3 - the format you selected
in preferences above is displayed)
8. A copy of the file (or files) will
be created in the new format
Now you can drag and drop the mp3
converted files to Jockey Digital
Music Center(Songcube Software).
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Connect both using a USB cable a display will show on your I phone4 screen with different options. Click the one permitting the PC to read it's storage.
From here your phone's storage is shared with the PC it will indicate on your pc and you can now do your transfer then unplog.
use itunes or you can download songs from youtube with a youtube downloader.That is the way I get music mostly.the youtube downloader I use can not only download wideos from youtube to your pc but also can convert the videos to the format you need at the same time,go ahead and have a look at this leawo Youtube Downloader,it worth you doing that.
download limewire then add all your songs there. Then go to options and transfer options. After browse your files and select a file. Then go to itunes and click file in the left hand corner and click add file to library. There should be files and click the one you added your limewire song to. then drag the library to your ipod icon.
The Help module in easyRip provides step by step instruction
(Media Manager Module -> PC Library -> PC Library -> Import Media to PC Library)
1. Click on the "Import Media" control in the Media Manager module
2. Click on the "Other" button
3. Click on the "Files" button
4. Place a check next to the "Import from iTunes" check box
5. Click on the "Import" button
NOTE: Your player only supports playback of non-DRM iTunes media. If the easyRip Player Loader module will not transfer them, you can drag and drop them from their location on your computer to the drive that is associated to your player (in My Computer)
The cobyt player is completely incompatible with iTunes. If you have songs that are in mp3 format, you can use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your Coby. If your songs are already in AAC (iTunes) format, you can use a free program like Media Monkey to convert UNprotected AAC files to mp3 format so that they will be usable with your Coby. Media Monkey is not capable of converting protected files.
first the easy part....1800 songs we will not move this one at a time..............plug ipod to pc..open itunes....see on left hand side of screen...pc (music,photo & video folders) and under that ipod (music, photo, video folders)..ok..click on pc (music folder) all your music shows up right ok..this time click & drag the pc (music) down to the ipod music folder and release....its 1800 songs so lets wait til the ipod is finish (look at the ipod file a circular motion is happening,,,,its loading).......once finish always eject your ipod...............now find where you are storing mp3 / mp4 on your pc...once you find it ..go to top bar view then click,on view details (artist,album,type,lenght) this where it will say mp3/4/wma/wav or flac file
be prepared to wait for a long time while the files are transferring and being converted. Open itunes, click on file then click on add folder to library. Browse to find your music folder, normally in my document, my music and select the folder my music by clicking on it once only, then click on ok. Your files will start to transfer and be converted by itunes. When i converted my library from media player it took a few hours to complete, so you need to be patient. Don't forget to only click on 'my music' folder once, you do not wantt do double click it because it will open the folder up, and if you want to transfer all of your music then you will only need to click on the folder once to select the whole folder.
I hope this helps
If it does not then let me know what happened
Make sure the files are in MP3 or WMA file format. If they are in a different file format other than the ones above convert them because for audio those two are the file format that the sansa clip supports. Im not sure but iTunes convert songs to AAC or MP4 depending on the settings of it.
The best way to transfer songs tot he sansa clip is to change the mode of the player to MSC by going to Settings and then USB Mode. This would help detect the drive as a flash drive so you could copy and paste songs to it.
Your Itunes library may consist of MP4 (Itunes format) files, WAV files, and MP3 files. If you're attempting to transfer MP4 files to your MP3 player, then no it will not work. You'll need to convert them to MP3 format first.
Here's the really bad news...the only way to convert an ITunes MP4 song is to first burn it to a CD. Then you need software to pull the song from the burned CD back into your computer in whatever format you choose. Nero is an example of software that will accomplish this. I use rewritable CD's to do this so you don't waste a bunch of disks.