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Old Nov 7th, 2010, 08:28 PM   #1
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Basic iTunes Help

I've searched really I have.

Two simple questions;

One, how do I get music in my Downloads folder to automatically go to iTunes?

Two, I found one suggestion from '06 I'd be interested in updated info on how to convert or play FLAC files in iTunes.

Thanks in advance folks!!

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Old Nov 7th, 2010, 08:41 PM   #2
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For one, just use the Add to Library… command in the File menu of iTunes and loctae your source material. Easy-peasy.
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For one, just use the Add to Library… command in the File menu of iTunes and loctae your source material. Easy-peasy.
Thanks!

By using that method will it move all types of files into iTunes? I assume so.
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I'd say try it and see. Some formats will likely work better than others. iTunes like M4a, M4v, etc. and H.264 files best.
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I'd say try it and see. Some formats will likely work better than others. iTunes like M4a, M4v, etc. and H.264 files best.
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