|iTunes Data Import|
|Written by Josh Pressnell|
|Friday, 25 December 2009 12:26|
Many people have asked if Disc Tracker can sync with iTunes automatically. The answer is no. Apple has not exposed interfaces to allow developers to "sync" to the iTunes library. Disc Tracker could sync to the music that was on your iPod at the current time, but what use would that be? You already have all that information on your iPod.
In order to support you, my customers, I have created a simple Java tool that will allow you to load your iTunes library data into Disc Tracker. iTunes does not store UPC codes (how could they?) so the automatic album cover loading will not work, but you will be able to load your iTunes library into Disc Tracker and carry it around with you. The tool requires that a current version of Java is installed and you need to be running the latest version of iTunes. After you run the utility, the tool will generate a CSV file for you suitable for import into Disc Tracker (see import Help for instructions) based on your iTunes library.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 17 June 2012 10:52|