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Note: After you click OK, i Tunes copies any files that are added that weren't already in the i Tunes Media folder and places the copies in the folder.
The original files are left in their original locations.
To save space on your hard disk, you might want to delete the original files after confirming import.
There are a number of reasons why one might run into this problem; There could be separate libraries for different members of the family, you could have more than one computer (say, an i Mac and a Mac Book), you could have separate files for work and play, or you could have an i Tunes library stored on an external hard drive to free up your computer from your 1 billion song playlist.
Whatever the reason, I’m going to show you how to fix the problem so your technology can do what it was built to do: make your life easier.
When trying to free up drive space on your Mac, one of the first things you can do is move the i Tunes Library to a portable hard drive.
Here's a detailed guide on how to back up your music, movies and more to reclaim your hard drive.
Thus, after you consolidated your i Tunes library, all your i Tunes contents will be stored in a single place.
Simply use Copy Trans Tune Swift, if you want to transfer i Tunes to an external drive or another folder on your computer.
If you have spent a lifetime rating all of your songs and videos or make use of the ‘most played’ playlist that i Tunes automates for you, you’ll be unhappy to see all of that information disappear. This will create an XML file that holds the playlist and rating info on each of your songs, videos, etc. Select the file ending in (in my case, “i Tunes Music Library.xml”) and click Open. Now that your Computer A’s library is successfully saved on the EHD, you’ll need to import it in Computer B’s i Tunes. Connect the external hard drive (EHD) to Computer B. However, if you are among those who choose to pay for benefit of combining your i Tunes libraries, you do have another method you could use.