But with one-terabyte external hard drives retailing for less than on Amazon, there are no excuses not to spring for external storage to move that humongous i Tunes library of yours on.
This post takes you step-by-step through the process of consolidating your i Tunes library and moving it to an external drive in a way that will preserve your playlists, ratings and other interactions, so you won’t miss a beat.
I am so used to how I have my music organized with this program that I ended buying an external hard-drive and putting my library onto it.
The downside is that I now have my i Tunes library on my internal hard-drive and my DJ'ing library on my external HD.
There’s nothing more frustrating than having to switch computers or log in and out of multiple Apple i Tunes accounts just to access the music, videos, and apps you have downloaded as a different user or on a new device.
To consolidate libraries, turn on Home Sharing on all the computers you want to merge and then drag and drop the files to the computer that will store the merged library.
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You'll find the shared computers in the left-hand column of i Tunes.
Home Sharing does not transfer star ratings or playcounts for music.
This is i Tunes way of managing your music automatically.