Consolidating itunes libraries into one
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If you’re moving from a Windows PC to a Mac, then you’ll probably want to move your i Tunes library with it.
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Step 6: Choose File → Library → Organize Library in the menus. This “puts copies of all media files used by i Tunes in the i Tunes Media folder and leaves the original files in their current locations,” reads the feature’s description. i Tunes shall begin copying media files from their original locations to the i Tunes Media folder.
i Tunes won’t remove or delete the originals from their original locations nor will it create duplicates of files that are already present in the i Tunes Media folder. Step 10: In the Finder, open the i Tunes folder on your Mac.
If you’re unsure where your i Tunes folder is, launch i Tunes, access Preferences and on the Advanced tab look for the current i Tunes folder location under the i Tunes Media folder location section.
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If you just want to move your i Tunes library to another location on your Mac it’s a pretty similar process.