Consolidating files in itunes 11
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I've tried using search but there are so many pictures its hard to even tell what im looking at.
not to mention they are mixed with program images in the search results.
First step was to launch i Tunes and slip the first audio CD into the player.
No surprise, it was a new disk to the Gracenote CD database: That was perfect, actually, because if you have selected “automatically rip any audio disk inserted” you need to stop it ASAP anyway.
Or download albums and tracks to listen to offline.You can also give them an Apple Store Gift Card that can be used to buy Apple hardware and accessories at any Apple Store or at Learn more Already have an App Store & i Tunes or Apple Store Gift Card?I listen to a lot of audio books on my train commute into Boston, buying used CDs and ripping them into i Tunes, then copying them onto my i Phone.Problem is, I can end up with 80, 90, 100 or more tracks and sometimes it’s crazy how they aren’t played in order, driving me insane! I have heard that there’s a better way to import audio books into i Tunes, something about consolidating or merging tracks, but don’t know how to do it. I don’t know that it’s a secret, but I too know exactly what you’re talking about because I also listen to a lot of audiobooks, both on my i Phone 4 and my i Pod Touch, and when I rip an unabridged audio book into i Tunes, you’re right, it can produce a staggering number of individual tracks, some as short as 45 seconds or less. Fortunately, it’s not too complicated to fix things up in i Tunes, but you have to do so when you’re importing the disk.