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ITunes format unavailable

Until today my itunes was always visible. Now i am only able to access music under 'My documents, music foler.' The songs play, but the movie I purchased does not play. How do i restore my normal music library???!!!

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Open iTunes and on the top bar click on edit the preferences and choose advanced.
you will see the path to you itunes library (ie: your music)
If you need to change this your ipod will not find song if you have synced it from playlists.
but anyway thats where it is.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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1. Open iTunes on your Mac computer.
2. Under the Library, select Songs. Then, tick a song.
3. Click File > Convert > Create AAC Version.
iTunes will convert your music into a new song in m4a format. After the process finished, you'll see there are two different formats of the same song in iTunes. On the display of iTunes, the second one is the AAC version you created; you can click Show in Finder to check it.

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Cannot play most music and also indicating invalid file format, open fail, decode error what should i do and can i make it play musics when copied onto de ipod


Most times, people often make the mistake of copying music files direct to the memory of the ipod device.
If you do this, you might be able to detect the songs but your ipod will not play the songs as it may not recognize their format.
For you to copy music files to your ipod, you would need to download the itunes program and install it to your computer.
With this installed, you can connect your ipod to your computer and open itunes. It would be displayed under your itunes program and you can then copy your music files using itunes by dragging them and dropping them on the name of your ipod as it is shown on the left hand side of the itunes program.
If after doing this, you still have the same problem, you can use your itunes to format the ipod and put the songs afresh.
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I can't figure out how to transfer songs into my itunes .


1. Go to your iTunes Music folder on your computer.

Windows: (Documents & Settings > [your username] > )My Documents > My Music > iTunes > iTunes Music

Mac: [your home folder] > Music > iTunes > iTunes Music
2. Copy this entire folder to a CD, DVD or flash drive. You could try zipping it and emailing it if you only have a song or two, but anything beyond that, and it will be too large.
3. At your second (recipient) computer, insert the CD, DVD or flash drive.
4. Open iTunes
5. Choose File > Add to Library...
6. Select the iTunes Music folder in your recordable media in the dialog box
7. Give it a few minutes to import all the files
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How do I get my itunes library to play on my sansaclipplus?


If you've purchased your music from the iTunes Store, it is in a format that is incompatible with your Clip. BUT, iTunes has the ability to convert songs to MP3 format, which your Clip can play. In iTunes, select a song(s), then under the "Advanced" pulldown menu, select "Create MP3 Version". Wait for it to finish, depending on how many songs you've selected, it could take some time.

Once you've created the MP3s, find them on disk and copy them to your Sansa Clip's "Music" folder. Or, use a program like iTunes Agent to sync an iTunes playlist directly to your Clip. Note, iTunes Agent requires a little bit of computer knowledge, it's not for pure novices.

http://ita.sourceforge.net/

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The other mp3 player can't support itunes file except iPod.so if you want to play itunes music in all MP3 and Digital Media Players,you need a special program to help strip off the protection and convert the itunes m4p, m4b, m4a music to mp3. i always use wondershare music converter. my friend introduced it to me. it can convert the songs from iTunes at very high speed.

please read this article
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How do I download my Itunes onto the sansafuze?


First of all iTunes does not support any product that is not made by Apple, so you won't be able to sync your Sansa with iTunes. But there is another way, first you need to find out if the music in your iTunes library is the format, do this by right clicking several songs and clicking either "Properties" or "Get Info" or something like that. A window will pop up, look under "Kind," if it doesn't say MPEG audio file or MP3 then it needs to be converted to MP3 format. Now in iTunes(if your running windows) choose "File" and select "Preferences," now click "Import Settings" c64a1ba.png and under "Import to" select "MP3 Encoder." 41565a6.pngNow go to music and in the upper right corner of the iTunes window next to search, select the "List" view or click "View" and select "As List." 00e23ba.pngNow highlight all your songs by clicking the top song, holding shift down and hold down the page down arrow until all the songs are highlighted, now right click over the highlighted songs and click "Create MP3 Version" a59eab9.png

Now you just need to move all the songs to Windows Media Player or to any other Media Player that will work with your Player. Once this is done, plug your Sansa into your computer and open up your Media PLayer and sync it!I hope this helps!

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Playlists & thousand songs dissappeared from itunes


if you synch it yes it will wipe it out - you can get software to back your ipod back to your computer so I would personally delete all the play lists and re do it. your music will be in my documents --> music --> itunes so you can re add it that way and re sort the playlists.

If its on mac os then it will be under your music folder ( macintosh hd --> users --> your username --> music --> iTunes

It may be that your itunes library file may have gotten corrupted so once you have gotten it sorted out close down itunes and go back into your music folder and itunes folder and make a backup copy of your itunes library files.

Assuming your not moving your music files around in side of the music or itunes folder it should be fine.

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Hi,

The problem is that iTunes songs only work with iPods. If you pay extra, they will now let you download them in a format compatible with other players but I don't recommend using iTunes (or anything from Apple for that matter). Try Amazon MP3. The songs downloaded from there will work with any player under the sun and they're generally cheaper than iTunes. Here is the link:

http://www.amazon.com/MP3-Music-Download/b?ie=UTF8&node=163856011


You can use either Rhapsody or Windows Media Player to sync the files to your device.

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Connecting ipod to a new laptop


You can actually (or could have) transfer the songs from your
Laptop & iPod by using you iPod like a removable
Hard Disk Drive

Here is the Apple sanctioned method:

Note: While you can use the Transfer Purchase From iPod option under the File menu to copy iTunes Store purchases from the iPod to another computer you can't transfer songs from other sources from the iPod library to iTunes

So you'll need to follow the steps below to use iPod as a hard disk to transfer music files from one computer to another. This process will require the use of iTunes 7 on all computers. Any computers running iTunes 6 or earlier will need to be updated to follow these steps.

Once you have the files transferred, you'll need to authorize any iTunes Store content. If you won't be using your old computer, you'll want to deauthorize it.

Important: Windows operating systems don't recognize Mac OS-formatted disks (HFS or HFS Plus formats), so you can't use a Mac-formatted iPod to move your music to a Windows PC.
Switch the iPod to manual update and enable disk use The first thing you need to do is make sure have configured your iPod to enable disk use. To do this:
  1. Open iTunes on your old computer.
  2. Connect your iPod to your old computer and wait for it to appear in iTunes.
  3. Select your iPod in the Source pane under the Devices section to display your iPod preferences in the main library window.
  4. Click the Summary tab in the main iTunes window.
  5. Click the Manually manage music button. Changing from automatic updating to manual puts a check mark by Enable disk use. A message says:
"Disabling automatic update requires manually unmounting the iPod before each disconnect."
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If you need to copy from old computer:
Copy iTunes folder to iPod To copy all your music files (including the library file that holds all your playlists and other settings) to your iPod:
  1. Quit iTunes.
  2. Locate your iPod:
    Mac OS X: On the desktop
    Windows: In My Computer
  3. Locate your iTunes folder:
    Mac OS X: /Users/username/Music
    Windows: \Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\
  4. Drag the iTunes folder to the iPod. This can take a while if you have a lot of songs.
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  • When the copy completes open iTunes.
  • Click on the iPod in the Source pane
  • Click the Eject button in the lower right corner of the iTunes window.
  • Disconnect the iPod from the computer when the "Do not disconnect" message no longer appears on the iPod screen.
Now:
Copy music to new computer To copy all your music files (including the library file that holds all your playlists and other settings) to your new computer:
  1. Locate your Music folder (Mac OS X) or your My Music folder (Windows) on your new computer:
    Mac OS X: /Users/username/Music
    Windows: \Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\
  2. Drag the iTunes folder in this location out to the desktop. 300173_10.gifFrom the My Music folder to the Desktop on your new PC
  • Locate the iPod on the new computer:
  • Mac OS X: On the desktop.
  • Windows: In My Computer.
  • Double-click on the iPod to open it.
  • Drag the iTunes folder from the iPod to the Music folder (Mac OS X) or My Music Folder (Windows) on your new computer. This can take a while if you have a lot of songs.
  • Open iTunes
    There you go. All your music, playlists, and other information like play counts and ratings have all been moved from your old computer to your new one.
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