Any differences (spelling, spacing, capitalization, punctuation) will likely cause you difficulty in subsequent steps.For example, mis-matched meta data could cause your imported (and as yet non-merged) CDs to be scattered instead of appearing next to / near each other in different viewing modes.
There are a number of options for how you can organise your library. When you install i Tunes, you will have the option to add music and video files from your computer or network to i Tunes.
By doing so, you will be creating a "library" that your i Tunes application can use to locate your files for playback.
And so we thought of making your task a little bit easier.
Here’s how to merge i Tunes library into one single computer.
Your i Tunes library is a set of commands that the application uses to find where the song or video that you want to use is located.
The library is thus a list of references to locations on either your hard drive or another computer (if you are part of a local network). Whether you are creating an i Tunes library from one computer or various computers in a network, you likely do not have all of your music and video files in one location.Discussed below are a few of these techniques: Home Sharing i Tunes If you have an i Tune version 9 or higher, the Home Sharing is an option which allows the users to copy files from the i Tune libraries.This can be done on up to a maximum of five computers, provided they are logged in to the i Tunes account with the same account name.Pros: This is nice if you don't care where your music is stored on your hard-drive and you only access your tunes through i Tunes.Cons: I am an amatuer DJ and I use a separate program to run sound for my gigs. If it's a big book, then you might want to merge (for example) the first 10 CDs into "Part 1"; the next 10 CDs into "Part 2"; and so on. : (a) The CD will disappear from your Music library and reappear in your Audiobooks. I am, however, grateful when multiples are (correctly) moved all at once. As I change each title, that CD is merged with the other CDs of the same title.