My music is all stored in my i-tunes library. I have windows vista and have transferred most to folders in my music. I would like to put that collection on a SD card in seperate folders. What is the best way to do so? My computer has the slot for the SD card, or I can connect via the USB port?
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ITunes has a backup program for storing your purchased music from ITunes. If you back it up any other way, It can't be used due to the licensing keys and how they are stored.
As far as the rest goes, You can copy them to an SD card folder by folder just by copying them from your MP3 folder into the SD card using my computer. If your collection is too big you might run into some limitations with an SD card due to the size of it.
The best way to do it is by DVD or use a thumb drive big enough to store the whole library if possible.
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All you need to do is go to your music library and under the edit button on the top tool bar select "select all" then click "copy". Then go to your iPhone 5 music library under the "devices" section in ITUNES and click on the MUSIC folder, once your in this folder select "paste" under the edit menu. And your music will then start to transfer. More sources: Sync iPhone 5 to iTunes music libary
1. Sort it by deleting the partial download then let itunes download the whole file again
2. Close iTunes then go into the library in your browser (default for windows is C:\Documents and Settings\Username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes Media or for mac Users\Username\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music) and in with the the artist folders you have stored in there one will be called downloads.
3. In downloads folder there will be the partial file that you currently downloaded, delete that folder.
4. Re-open iTunes, if it doesn't automatically start, download it again then go to check for available downloads.
Depending on the size of the existing library, you can do it manually by downloading all of those files to your iMac over a network (this may take some time, depending on how much music you have) Then: 1. Launch iTunes 2. Select the iTunes drop down menu at the top of the screen 3. Select "Preferences". 4. Select "Advanced" to the far right of the window The first input field allows you to specify the folder that iTunes uses for your music. Change this to match the location of your newly transferred music. 5. Uncheck the box that reads "Copy files to itunes Media folder when adding to library" 6. Select "OK" in the bottom right corner of this window. 7. Press command (apple) and "O", iTunes will open a window allowing you to add songs to your library. Select the folder where you have just located all of your music, then select "Open" in the bottom right corner of the window. It is not necessary to individually select each song, just the main file. ITunes will now import your music into its library. This may take a few minutes, depending on the amount of music.
Unfortunately iTunes doesn't let you transfer anything other than your iTunes store purchases from your iPod.
Totransfer all your iPod content, all your music, playlists, videos,podcasts and photos to your new iTunes library you will need todownload software like TouchCopy.
Here is how to use TouchCopy
Download and Install TouchCopy. Downloads are free and are available for both PC and Mac.
Start up TouchCopy by double-clicking the TouchCopy icon on your desktop
Connect your iPod or iPhone to your computer. TouchCopymay start iTunes - don't worry, TouchCopy has fixed it so that iTuneswill not sync music or video with your iPod while TouchCopy is running.These changes are restored when you quit TouchCopy.
Now select which songs you want to copy into iTunes, if you want toselect all your music, select "Music" from the list on the left andclick on "Copy to iTunes" button in the TouchCopy control bar. In a similar way, you can also use TouchCopy to copy your playlists, videos, podcasts, photos, contacts, calendars and notes.
Whenyou are satisfied that all your iPod content is safely in iTunes, useiTunes to re-sync your iPod which will enable you to add new content toit.
i had this problem , first you should remove you exitune and you i tune library and after that you should install a new i tunes
Microsoft Windows XP and 2000
\Documents and Settings\[your username]\My Documents\My Music\
Microsoft Windows Vista
\Users\[your username]\Music\this is the addres of your itunes librarry delet that and make a new one i hope it can help you
When you download music from Limewire it automaticaly stores these songs in a foulder, usualy under "My documents". Go to this folder and select all your downloaded songs, then copy and paste them to your Media player library.
backup itunes music to CD's
copy (burn) your itunes folder to CD. You can find the folder on Mac OS X under /users/username/music and in windows under \Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\my music
You should be able to drag the songs from iTunes to your iPod (as long as Manually Manage Music is checkmarked). It will then pop up a dialogue box asking if you would like to authorize. Select yes, type in your apple login info (that you use for iTunes) and voila. Success.
If you are trying to get songs off one iPod and onto another -- you can transfer your entire music library from your iPod to your computer, then use them to populate your library. Then put library on new ipod. All you have to do is enable showing of hidden files and folders (on both mac and pc). The folders titled 00 to 49 will have all your music in random letter names. You'll find em :)