iTunes Smart Playlists: how do I see what I've been listening to a lot recently? [more inside]
Organizing MP3s questions. I've got about 50 gigs of music on my hard drive with everything in its place, all nice and neat like. I don't have just random music all over the place, but everything is separated by artist-album in their own folder in the "C:\my music" folder (if that even matters). [more inside]
iPodFilter: How do I get my library to fully sync with my iPod? [more inside]
Help me solve the case of the missing iTunes library. [more inside]
Yet Another iPod Question: I want to have a smart playlist that sorts the music on my iPod. But if I create a smart playlist and drag it onto the iPod playlist, it adds all the music from my entire library that fits that smart playlist. [more inside]
Fellow iTunes micromanagers: Is there a better solution for having one iTunes library in two places at once?
I need to listen to music at work, but my iTunes library is at home. I've set up remote sharing via SSH tunnelling and Bonjour proxying, but I'm a bit of a nazi about playcounts -- I have multiple Smart Playlists set up to create mixes based on play count -- and iTunes doesn't update playcounts for shared tracks when they're played remotely. Fellow iTunes micromanagers: Is there a better solution for having one iTunes library in two places at once? [more inside]
Any good iPod alternatives that support aac?
Esther has failed me, or rather Itunes has. [more inside]
Sharing music between computers via iTunes (using shared library). Anyone know how to do it? [more inside]
Burning more than 7 copies of an iTunes playlist. [more inside]
Does anyone know a way to get rid of the white apple that appears when you start iTunes visualizer? [more inside]
Is there a way to rearrange album order in iTunes? [more inside]
Why am I asked to agree to the iTunes legal stuff EVERYTIME I open it? It only happens when I'm logged on, not when anybody else uses this imac.
Seamless tracks in iTunes? [more inside]
I just got an iPod, of the 20GB click wheel variety. I have a few audiobooks in mp3 format. How do I get iTunes (and my iPod) to recognize these as audiobooks? [more inside]
On the PC, I used Easy CD Creator 5 to create CD mixes. I loved the ability to create custom transitions between tracks: cross-fades, fade-ins, gaps, etc. What is the best CD mix-making software for Macintosh? (iTunes is sadly lacking in these sorts of features.) A downloadable shareware app would be great, but I'm willing to consider something like Toast, even though it costs $80. (Is Toast a good product? Will it let me do cross-fades? The reviews make me wary.) I suppose the best option would be some sort of iTunes add-on to let me do cross-fades, etc. Does such a beast exist?
What is the most reliable way of automatically adding album art images to iTunes on a Windows PC? [more inside]
Does a 3rd party plugin exist that will allow me to download bittorrents of podcasts using iTunes 6? [more inside]
Irritating iTunes problem. [more inside]
Speaking of iTunes. Has anyone found a way to circumvent the '5 users/day" sharing policy of iTunes 6? [more inside]
Questions about pay-per-download music. Google generates much noise on the subject as I'm primarily interested in the technology of the delivery. [more inside]
How come iTunes downloads purchased songs in 128 kbps...? [more inside]
Digital Music Format Filter: I ripped my cds using itunes (AAC encoding). Then I got a new Palm (Zire 31) and want to play my music on it. Now what? [more inside]
Is there an equivalent to SizzlingKeys that works with iTunes on a PC?
Why does iTunes think that some of my single-artist CDs are compilations, and how do I tell it otherwise? [more inside]
I have about a hundred MusicMatch downloads and now want to switch to an iPod. Is there any way I can play these with iTunes? My initial forays leave me pessimistic. [more inside]
Why does my iTunes keep opening (unprovoked)? [more inside]
iPodFilter: When I try to update my iPod I get an an error message: "Can not read from or write on disk." [more inside]
I have an iPod shuffle. Next week my wife will have one. We share a single computer that has one user account and hence one iTunes application. Will we both be able to use BOTH our ipod's with one itunes application or will I have to create a new user account?
Since iTunes won't let me purchase music from other territories, what are some good services that have worldwide coverage so I can download the tracks I want? If such a service even exists. [more inside]
Windows equivalent of AppleScript? [more inside]
What nifty playlists do you have in iTunes or for your iPod? [more inside]
iTunesFilter, part I: Why can't podcasts downloaded from the Music Store play in shuffled playlists? Is there any way around this? If I'm in a shuffled playlist mixed with podcasts and regular MP3's, it will only go from regular MP3's to regular MP3's and skip the podcasts downloaded from the MS altogether. Of course, if I go back to linear play mode, the podcasts play allright. iTunesFilter, part II: Is there any way to make the podcasts always start at the beginning of the track (i.e., to remove the bookmark function)? [more inside]
iTunes problem: I just installed the new iTunes but cannot get it to work. [more inside]
Is there a better way nowadays to make people mix CDs, knowing that it's going straight into their iTunes? [more inside]
Does anyone know how to get a Windows-based ipod and Last.fm to work together? [more inside]
A family member recently got an iPod Nano along with some gift certificates for iTunes. But her computer runs Windows 98 first edition. Apparently there are workarounds to use the iPod, but what about purchasing from iTunes?
I have iTunes 5 installed on two machines, one at work, one at home, with my iPod set to sync automatically to the iTunes library on my home machine. When using iTunes 4.x, I was able to attach my iPod to my work machine and then configure the iPod (in the iTunes preferences) to 'manually' update, rather than automatically, enabling me to play files directly off my iPod on my work machine. When I returned to my home machine, I would switch the home machine's iTunes/iPod settings back to 'update automatically', causing iTunes to update the files on the home machine with a new Last Played date and Play Count. iTunes 5, however, seems to have a bug in this regard: it notes a random 10 or 15-song selection of tracks played via the work machine's iTunes 5, but that's all. A day's worth of listening to tracks isn't logged as played, messing up Smart Playlists that grab music I haven't heard in a while. 1) Is this unusual or universal 2) Any fixes? [more inside]
Is there a way to make iTunes emulate the iPod's menu mode? [more inside]
Ideas for additional organization of my music via 'Genre' tags in iTunes... [+] [more inside]
Should I start using iTunes? Why? [more inside]
I just managed to delete my entire iTunes library. But I have it on my iPod. Problem is, the iPod is set to auto-update, and if I plug it into a computer with no music on it, it'll all vanish. Help. [more inside]
One iPod (60 GB). One PowerBook. One XP Box. One keswick. How do I keep all four happy? [more inside]
Following up on this thread, has anyone figured out how to get remote streaming working with iTunes 5? I previously used the method described here, but with iTunes 5 it doesn't work. [more inside]
How do I connect to my itunes library at home from my computer at work? Windows XP on both ends.
Can you share iTunes Music Libraries over an ad-hoc (computer to computer) network? [more inside]
Is there a way to have the "My Music" folder in XP ignore the "the" in band names like iTunes does? [more inside]
How much does Apple Computer gross for every dollar spent on iTunes? [more inside]
I have a 60gb iPod but alas, only a 40gb hard drive on my primary (Windows XP) machine. Do I have any hope of ever having a full iPod? [more inside]
Can I access other countries' iTunes Music Store from the United States and make purchases? I like to buy import-only stuff, and it would be nice to be able to download rather than have to pay expensive shipping charges.