Consolidating files on itunes
However, it has been my experience, based on a countless number of email queries, that there are many kinds of duplicates.Indeed, the perception of what a duplicate is can vary from user to user!
Believe it or not, this is a misconception some users have.Has anyone had this issue and figured out how to resolve it? First, I went to the package center on my disk station and installed the i Tunes music server. i Tunes_Mac In i Tunes I went to preferences, advanced.I entered the location of my i Tunes media folder (i.e. I have my music share as a drive on my desktop (Finder, connect to server, smb://ds214Play) Anyway, since I did not want to duplicate the music files I unchecked the first three options in i Tunes, preferences, advanced: 1) keep i Tunes media folder organized, 2) copy files to i Tunes media folder... When I add new music to my library I copy the music to my disk station Music share and in i Tunes I click, file, add to library and it automagically opens up my disk station Music share, from there I select the folder I want to add and I'm good to go, I do not know if this will help you, but this is what I did with my music library. -Have you Run Disk Utility and done Disk First Aid and Disk Permissions repair (you might have to start off another volume to do the repair justice).-How big is your music Library? -Does the user copying the files to NAS have full R/W access? F8660_fbz_button[disabled=disabled], .ezoic-wrapper . F8660_fbz_button[type="button"]:disabled, .ezoic-wrapper . F8660_fbz_button[type="button"]:disabled:focus, .ezoic-wrapper . F8660_fbz_button[disabled]:disabled, .ezoic-wrapper .
Obviously, a duplicate is one thing that you consider to be a copy of another thing.
• i Tunes Library: The i Tunes library, or main library, is the topmost playlist in the i Tunes Source list where every track whose file you have added to i Tunes is listed as a track.