Finding itune folders and consolidating
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I primarily had my music stored on my Mac Book, but once that got too small I bought a 400 GB networked hard drive and started storing my music there.
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The instructions outlined here will use the vernacular found in i Tunes version 12.x Before you begin, I want to emphasize that you must have a current backup of your Mac, or at the very least, a current backup of i Tunes.
The process of moving your i Tunes library includes deleting the original source library.
As that happens, you'll need to know how to consolidate i Tunes libraries from multiple machines into a single, large i Tunes library on the new computer.
Due to the large size of most i Tunes libraries, consolidating them isn't as simple as burning a CD and loading it on the new computer.
For instance, in i Tunes 8 and earlier, the library folder where the media files are located is called i Tunes Music.
In i Tunes version 9 and later, the same folder is called i Tunes Media.
This means that i Tunes will be accessing each song directly, wherever it may be on your computer.
This also means that i Tunes will locate all music on your computer and add it automatically, making the i Tunes consolidation process much faster than manually adding music.
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 will move all your i Tunes media files, from wherever they are stored on your computer, to the i Tunes folder.