How do you take something off a playlist on itunes?
Simply select that song and press the delete button on your keyboard.
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Getting rid of the limewire playlist . I had this same problem, and it's easy to fix. While in itunes, click edit, then scroll down to preferences, and click on that. When that box opens up, go to the section marked "sharing", and just unclick the little box that says "look for shared music." A…nd this playlist will disappear. See, the playlist wasn't actually yours to begin with-your itunes had found it on someone else's network. I hope this fixes your problem! (MORE)
go to youtube and search "how to add project playlist to your itunes" \nit will be the first video that says "projectplaylist podcast no longer available..till now"\n. \n((:\n. \nit's all there.!!
It can be done this way: Connect your ipod to the computer and you will immediately get an alert come up on the computer which should read: "itunes has detected songs not in the library, do you want to transfer these songs to the itunes library?" (something along those lines....) to which …you should click "YES" (MORE)
It is actually really easy. . I had the same question too, so don't feel bad. . You can't import it to iTunes, but you can import it to Windows Media Player by clicking on the link on the right side of the screen. Then you make a CD, which is able to be imported to iTunes.
To make a playlist on itunes you have to click on the plus sign that is in the bottom left hand corner. Then name that playlist with your name or whatever... To get only your music on your playlist you have to buy music and then drag it from your library and let it go when it is over your playlist n…ame. Hope it helps and sorry if some things aren't clear. :) (MORE)
plug in your iPod. Then check the manually manage music on your iPod Summary Tab. Then apply. Next, click and drag the playlist onto the iPod. If you only want to put the song on your iPod, then drag the song onto your iPod
You have to convert your songs from protected WMA format to unprotected MP3 first and then import them into your iTunes library.
They did, however it was due exclusive showing agreements. The movie company can make more money by selling it to TV stations making sure that the only place we can watch it (without the DVD) is when they show it. It's all about the money after all. Although what's to say if they didn't sell it o…n iTunes, netflix, Amazon they would make more money! As it is exclusive they will never know :) (MORE)
If you mean by album, artist, genre etc...all you have to do is click on the top bar that says "Name,Artist, Album, Genre, Rating, Play Count, Last Played" Which ever one you want them to be listed by just click on it and it should be blue.
Right click on them and select delete. However, this will only remove them from iTunes, not your computer.
1) If you are looking to change the ordering of the songs within a playlist: First you must be sure that shuffle is off. If the shuffle feature is on, you will not be able to rearrange your tracks. Once shuffle is off, simply select the song you would like to move and drag it to the desired position…. A black line will serve as the indicator for the new position of the song as you drag it up or down the list. 2) if you are looking to move the songs into a playlist: If the playlist does not exist, you will have to make one first. To move songs into a playlist, you may select the songs right-click and hover over add to playlist. You may then select the playlist you would like. Alternatively, you can drag the selected songs over the playlist on the list to the left. Hi, I am new to Wikianswers and I thought I would try and help people who are experiencing the same frustrations as I am with manipulating songs within an Itunes playlist. Previously, I have been able to move and rearrange songs freely within my playlist but after adding more songs to an existing playlist, found that I could no longer do this. I have tried all other suggestions on Google but have found that this has worked for me and may for you as well. My Solution: In Itunes I clicked on the sort arrow in the top left corner that contains the order number and this must have released the lock on the song order or something similar because now I can drag each song and position it wherever I want. When right clicking on the sort arrow, untick all the sort categories, then you are free to move your tunes as you want. On a PC. Answer Must be in Playlist and here's the easiest way: Click on Controls menu Click on Shuffle Click on Turn Off Shuffle Then click on the song you wish to move and drag to the position you want it. Done! If Shuffle doesn't work, try this solution: Ok, Turning the shuffle on/off did not work for me. The person who mentioned clicking on the sort arrow in the top left corner was on the right track but forgot to mention that it isn't in the menu. It is actually a little farther down the screen & it is the tiny little box with the up/down arrow that sits right above the track numbers in the playlist next to "Name", "Artist", Etc. Note: Sometimes the up/down arrow disappears so you may have to click on the box in order to see the arrow. You should then be able to move the tracks anywhere you want to. It'd be nice if Itunes would just tell us these things in the help section but I guess that would be way too easy. (MORE)
One idea would be to upload them on to myspace.com and then anyone can listen to them you could email the URL (website bar code) to your friends a URL is't wiki.answers.com it may be wiki.answers.com/Q/I_recorded_songs_and_put_them_on_an_itunes_playlist. _How_can_I_email_this_playlist_to_other_peop…le&action (MORE)
The Windows Media Player and iTunes use different formats for their playlists. Depending on which version of Media Player you have you can save your playlist as an .m3u file type and then import that into iTunes using the menus - File/Library/Import playlists
How do you put music from windows media player on itunes i go on itunes and click add file to playlist and nothing shows up and i got all of the songs off of LimeWire?
You actually need to do the following: \nGo to File- add folder to library,\nFrom the a new window will pop up with a directory, from there simply go to your Limewire music folder and add it, and all the songs should be added.
Highlight the songs that you want in your playlist. Right click on them and it should come up with something saying 'Add to playlist' go to the arrow and there should be all of your playlists there. Just click on one of them. Hope this helps. =D
No genius is used to take one song on your itunes then it takes songs similar to that and creates a playlist based on songs YOU have in YOUR library. BUT it can create suggestions for you to purchase off itunes.
Insert a blank Cd, create a playlist to burn, and select the burn icon on the bottom right of the itunes screen when viewing the created playlist.
Actually, there are several ways to transfer iPhone music to iTunes. The best way I know is to use a third-party app such as this one (copytrans.net) if you run a PC or this one (xtremsoft.com) if you are on Mac. You will find further info on this interesting blog: http://ipodtocomputer.blogs…pot.com (MORE)
To select more then one item on Itunes, highlight one song (click on it once) then left mouse-drag up.
"Well, of course it will be deleted, and if you go to download things on your iPod, when you check your iPod the playlist you deleted will not show up." yes it will delete and when you sync your iPod, the playlist will disappear from itsongs will NOT be deleted
I don't understand some of what the other suggestions are saying but, Here is what I did: With your mis-ordered or locked playlist in view, at the top of you iTunes to the right it should say: " View...Add to..." Click the "Add to" button, your "album" grid should open with your playlist to the… far right column, at the top of your playlist it should have your list title, amount of songs and the" amount of time" underneath and directly underneath that, before your number 1 listed song it will say " Sort by: name, title, album, artist etc...choose "MANUAL" this will allow you to alter any of the songs or reorder them the way YOU want! then just click "DONE" and the windows will revert back to the playlist and ready to play! I think that the new upgrades to the iTune players make changes like these and dont really offer easy quick explanations as to what they have changed about it, I hope this answers your quest! (MORE)
Because iTunes purchased music and video has DRM copyright protection, you have to remove the DRM at first, before you can convert/edit the audio or import it into Windows Movie Maker. In order to play it on non-apple mp3/mp4 players, you need to remove the DRM and convert the protected music t…o other audio /video format. The easiest way is to burn an audio CD in iTunes and rip it back as mp3 format. Or you can get DRM Removal Software. (MORE)
To change the listing order of a playlist in iTunes right click on each track and select Get Info. Click on the Sorting button and enter the name you want to use for sorting into the Sort Name box. Ideally you would fill in this information when first adding the tracks to your library.
You connect your ipod to your computer and open itunes. then you go to "my devices" on the left and go to the thing where you choose playlists and uncheck the one
Yes very easily actually! Download a program called "Charles Web Proxy". I believe there is also a plugin for firefox. Once you've got Charles simple run it. Charles is a program that will list all internet activity happening to your computer. It also gives you the ability to save any file that gets… downloaded to your computer from visiting websites (Ex: Jpg, Gifs, MP3s, Avis, anything that a website lets you download. Now just start listening to songs on grooveshark and you should see the songs being listed in Charles. They usually look like "http://stream29.grooveshark.com" or something like that, it should have a "Stream.php" file inside it. Right click it, select save response and be sure to choose a name that ends with ".mp3" . (MORE)
If you mean just move them to a different playlist you hold down the control button and click on each one, then you drag them to the playlist folder... . Hope i helped you
After adding/creating the playlist, drag and drop the song you wish to add over to the playlist shown on the left. Alternatively, you can right-click the song, and choose add to playlist. Then you mouse over to which playlist you want to add it to.
tbh, i thought it would just deduct the next time that u put money in, but it didnt! i was like 2 dolalrs off and i clicked just 2 see wut it wud say but it bought it! just now i bought a 10 dollar album for with $2 so I'll see what happens when i put more money in, but so far i think it doesnt d…educt anything from wut ive seen (MORE)
LIMEWIRE IS ILLEAGLE and its a file sharing program..... it means they can conceal a virus in a file......... But as my friends have it ( much to my distaste) It should automatically appear try getting a newer version or iTunes has blocked it ( YIPPEE )
Yes. It it plagiarism and your video will probably be taken off and you might get a strike, but yes.
click on 'Forgot Password?' next to the place where you type in your password. After you verify your email, you have a choice of getting an email authentication, or you can answers a security question (one that you made up when you first set up the account)
uncheck them in your itunes then sync your ipod. Then they should be on your itunes but not your ipod.
Put the sd card into the slot in your computer. When it pops up,open the folder to where you can see everything on the card. Then,open up iTunes and drag the playlist into the sd card folder
Yes. You can take yourself to the doctor. Other than that, you will remain sterile.
if the scratch mark is a scab than use unscented lotion but if it is healed and looks like or is a scar than use scar remover or vitamin e (for quick results use daily if possible)
It Depends On What Situation Your In Like For Example Debt If Your In That It Would Be A Negative On Your Credit and You'll Have To Get Yourself Out Of That!
Yes. Click on "File" and "New Playlist," and a new playlist will appear on the left of your screen, under the section "Playlists." However, all playlists must be built from the iTunes library, which is a catalogue of all your music.
Log on, go to "my profile" and go down to where it says "my playlists" click on it. Your playlist will be there and under the title you'll see an edit button. Click on it and you will be directed to another page. In the info column next you the song you want to delete, there will be an "i" put your …mouse to the right of it and an "x" will appear. click on the x. your song will be deleted of your playlist (MORE)
How to completely transfer your iTunes-library: A brief on the world "Top of the iPhone Some time ago I decided for myself that after the New Year looking to buy a laptop instead of an ordinary desktop computer. In this connection, I wondered for a very important question: how can I move to a new c…omputer all my iTunes-library, while not losing purchased apps in the AppStore, all the playlists, which should see quite a lot, and Of course, a huge amount of music, ie, All ratings of the songs, the statistics and the like. In my opinion, with a similar problem people face is not so rare, so today I'll tell you how to transfer their iTunes-library. To an external hard drive to another internal hard drive, or even to another computer. Kitchen iTunes Before you begin the process of transferring files directly, you need to understand to how all properly arranged data storage system of the library in iTunes. When you add a media file in your library, iTunes automatically keeps a record of it in a special file. There, the data is stored on the location of a song or video on your computer (full path), its rating, the number of reproductions, the date added to the library and so on. If you simply drag a certain file to another location in the iTunes appears dead link. iTunes Of course, the link that you can easily fix a few moments. Enough to run this file and the program tells you that the file is not found and re-predlozhet find it on your computer. iTunes Once you locate your file, iTunes will simply replace the original path of the library and no additional information (rating, statistics) will be lost. By the way, on the covers of music albums and song lyrics, if you have them, can not survive. This information is recorded directly in the mp3-file. So that did not happen, they you certainly will not lose. After installing iTunes on your computer creates a system folder where the program contains all the files, including purchased software applications and data about your library. The operating system of Windows, this folder is usually stored in the following path: C: \ Documents and Settings \ User \ My Documents \ My Music \ iTunes. If you are, of course, did not initially tell the program another location for installation. In this section you can find the following files and folders: * ITunes Music Library.xml (database of your music library) * ITunes Library.itl * ITunes Library Extras.itl * ITunes Library Genius.itl (data about your music for working with Genius) * Previous iTunes Libraries (backup previous states of your library) * Mobile Applications (all applications downloaded from the AppStore) * Album Artwork (Cover your cache of all media) * ITunes Music (here is stored directly to media content, it can be downloaded podcasts, Burn source tracks from a CD-ROM drive or store-bought music, as well as direct a copy of your own tracks, if the settings you have specified to copy music to the system folder iTunes ) Preparations for the transfer of the library: check settings In Edit-Preferences-Advanced you can see the settings store your library. iTunes iTunes Location iTunes Music folder location displays on the computer where your media content is stored by default. Naturally, this does not mean that there is stored all your music (usually in another place and there). But here come the same way all the tracks from CD, you have converted through iTunes, you have downloaded podcasts and purchased music (if you have a foreign account). If you have the option to save information about the songs in your iTunes Music, then all the music, located in the iTunes Music folder will be divided into folders of the form name artist / album title, as well as the names of files to be changed. Click Copy to iTunes Music folder when adding to library means that all added to your library files will be automatically copied to the system folder iTunes Music. If this option is disabled, iTunes will simply affix a reference to a particular file. Of course, it is very long and tedious to copy all the music in a separate special folder, especially if you have a lot of music. Although, if you have plenty of free space on your hard disk or vice versa you have so much music, I recommend to enable this option. Files copied to the iTunes Music folder become completely controlled directly through iTunes. That is, you can reorganize the files, rename them, move and delete directly from the disk. iTunes Thus, the entire transfer of your library will be much easier if you move your music folder, iTunes Music. Although, of course, is not required. Transferring library between computers with the same operating system Transfer all your iTunes-library on a brand new computer a bit easier than moving your content to another hard disk. First, consider the option in which you want to transfer your music library from one computer to another, are running the same operating system. In fact, all you need to do is copy the whole folder, iTunes, and all its contents and all the folder where you stored music. Moreover, the new location of these files, and iTunes-library should be the same as before. Simply put, if your music had been in D: \ My documents \ Music, you have it just copy it to D: \ My documents \ Music on the new computer. If your new computer simply does not exist on drive D, then you will need to build your music library. What is it and how to do it I will talk about later in this article. By the way, if you have already run at least once iTunes on your new computer, he created his new library. So you will need to simply replace the files in this library to your. It is important to note that your iPhone is associated with a specific iTunes-library, and not to any computer. So, if you copied all the files iTunes folder is correct, then you can connect the iPhone to your computer and sync it, as before, you will not even notice that anything happened. To transfer files from one computer to another, you can use anything, including a portable hard drive, all sorts of USB-stick, CD and DVD-discs, or just a local network between two computers. Differences in the versions of operating systems between two computers should not cause serious problems, particularly if the operating system version on the new computer on which you move your library is newer than another (for example, you move data from Windows XP to Windows Vista). Likewise is the case with most versions of the program iTunes. If your new computer is running a later version, no problems, if on the contrary, then you'd better be first update iTunes. If you have any purchased content from the iTunes Store (and / or the AppStore). And he, I am sure you have. Then you will need to authorize your computer to the online store Apple. iTunes Just do not forget deavtorizovatsya on his old computer, if you're not going to enjoy it more than iTunes. Transferring data to another hard drive As you understand, when moving your media content to another hard drive by simply copying all the necessary files can not do. If the path to the files will not match, you will be a library full of broken links. Of course, each track can be restored individually, but if these tracks even more than a few hundred, then it will take a little time. Before iTunes determines that the reference to a particular file in your library is lost, he seeks it in his folder iTunes Music. So, if you initially store all your music in that folder, then perhaps the problem with the transfer of files you have and will arise. So, as you've probably noticed, we can beat any number of self-transfer of files and spend a lot of time. But at the same time you can allow iTunes to take care of everything for you. This can be done through the function of the Assembly library Â»(Consolidate Library), which is in the File-library. iTunes By the way, as I have said in previous articles, translated into Russian iTunes leaves much to be desired, so if you're more or less tolerable speak English, we strongly recommend to include in the configuration version of iTunes in that particular language. Assembly of the library function effectively collects all the files that are listed in your iTunes-library in your iTunes Music. All files are copied into folders, rename and reorganize the folders of the form Artist \ Album \ Trek.mp3. So, if you first change the settings folder location iTunes Music, and then run the function library collection, then your whole library miraculously moved to another hard disk, without hassle. Of course, all the folders that are likely to be reorganized and renamed. Alas, another way to copy the transport library. Of course, you can copy all your music folders to another drive and leave the old system of organization of folders that you created, but in this case, you need to create a new iTunes-library and all the ratings and statistics will be lost. Although, if you're not really watch music folders on your computer and the files it strewn with you somehow, then maybe it will be even a plus for you, because iTunes itself will give you a pretty good organization of music. To change the location of iTunes Music folder, go to Edit-Preferences-Advanced, and then click Edit. Then select exactly where on the new disk you want to move your entire music library. iTunes After this, start the process of gathering the library through the menu File-Multimedia-Consolidate Library. iTunes iTunes will warn you that after running the function will copy all files from your library to another hard drive and that this operation can not be undone. Click Continue, and the process will begin. If you have a pretty impressive collection of music and video, it may take several hours. So I recommend you leave this operation at night. Leave your computer to gather library and by going to bed:) Do not forget that the process of collecting library copies the music to another hard disk rather than move it there. Thus, when the operation is completed, you will need to remove the files from the old disk. But, tentatively, of course, make sure that the files have been moved, watching the path to them in the library. Just click on any track, right-click drop down menu and select Info. Now the most important thing! After surgery, you just made, iTunes just copied all the content that was contained in your library, but its database, which includes all the ratings, statistics and, more importantly, the application from the AppStore has remained in place. So after the transfer of content does not touch the files from iTunes, except for the folder iTunes Music, it is now possible to even remove it. Data migration iTunes Of course, you can leave everything as is, and store the database iTunes in the same place. Database files take up very little space, so that, in principle, the concern about the free space you can forget. But, nevertheless, if you want to still move the database to another hard disk, there is the following method. First, your entire library should already be moved to another drive and collected. After that, you need to completely copy the location of your choice folder iTunes, which is in the system folder My Music (on Windows) or Music (for Mac OS). Usually, this folder should contain the following files: iTunes Next, close iTunes (if you have it, of course, still open) and run it again, but at the same time holding on the keyboard Shift (on Windows) or Option (on Mac OS). And, do not need to run a shortcut to the program, but directly to the file with an application (on Windows it is in the folder C: \ Program Files \ iTunes). After that, your screen displays the following message: iTunes iTunes will ask you to create a new library or choose an existing one. Why in the Russian localization word translated as Photo Library for me remains a mystery, but do not be afraid of these terrible words, here we mean exactly music library. Click Select and find folder on your computer iTunes, you just copied. Since then, the program will default to using exactly the database you have chosen. By the way, thanks to this method, you can always create your own library of media files in the future to use the computer a few libraries. This is incredibly useful if, for example, you have two people in the family uses one computer and especially if they have an iPhone or iPods. After all, can now be on the same computer to synchronize two different iPhone with different libraries. Transferring library between computers with different operating systems Due to the fact that the file systems on Windows and Macintosh slightly different you can not get away by simply copying your media files and databases, as was the case with the transfer of data to a new computer. For example, on Mac OS path simply can not be of the form D: \ My documents \ Music. Therefore, you will need to do the following: all the same Advanced tab in the settings check boxes of items to store information about songs in the iTunes Music folder and the Copy to iTunes Music folder when adding to library. And if the first item you have already been checked, remove the selection and press OK. Then again, return to the setup and again tick this item. iTunes When you click OK, iTunes will scan the entire iTunes Music folder and check for correct naming of all files contained therein. Then you must "build the libraryÂ» (Consolidate Library), exactly as described a few paragraphs above. Go to the File-Multimedia-Consolidate Library and your whole library will be copied into the folder iTunes Music. Do not forget to free enough space for all files. Upon the expiration of copy you need only move the entire iTunes folder to another computer and then run iTunes. Despite the fact that the usual way, the files contained in the library will not appear, iTunes yet, check their availability in the iTunes Music folder and ... oh, a miracle will find them there. All the ratings and statistics will be kept safe. In principle, you should not even be anything to see all simply will work as needed. (MORE)
Having created a new Playlist in the left hand column you can click on a music title from your library listed in the main window on the right and drag it onto the new playlist.
To save a song on your playlist, you have to create one. Go to music on your ipod, than click "Playlists" and it will say "Add playlist" (ipod touch version 4.2 or higher required). Then name your playlist and touch a song to add then click "Done" To delete a song from your itunes library, is to rig…ht click on the song then click were it says delete, than it will say "Are you sure you want to remove the selected song from your itunes library. Just click "Remove". (MORE)
Dre. Dre had settled a lawsuit concerning digital rights to his music with death row records. Idk why he didn't keep it on though.
1 Open iTunes. If you haven't downloaded it yet, you can do so on Apple's website for free. 2 Find the list of currently created playlists on the left side of your program. They should be listed downwards in a gray shaded bar that runs top to bottom on the left side of the program window 3 Cli…ck on the "+" sign in the bottom left corner of the program. 4 Locate the "New Playlist" that has been created under the Playlist menu on the left side of the screen. 5 Double click over the "New Playlist" to rename it to whatever you like. You can also right click over it and select "Rename." 6 Return to the music library by selecting "Library" at the top of the left side bar. Organize the songs in your library by name, artist, length or any other way to want to find your songs for your playlist. You may also search for specific songs by typing in information into the search window at the top right of the window. 7 Select the song you want to add to the playlist and right-click over it. Scroll down to the option "Add to Playlist" and, from the side menu that pops out, select your newly created playlist. You could also hold down your mouse over the selected track and drag and drop it into the name of the playlist on the left side bar. 8 Select more than one song at a time by selecting the first song and then holding down the CTRL key while you select other songs. To add them to the playlist, you may follow the directions in the previous step, making sure you keep the CTRL button held down. The songs will be added to your playlist and you are good to go. (MORE)
Move the decimal over two places to the left. So if it is 9% the answer would be .09
I have used a third-party itunes-missing-tracks finder in order to get rid of iTunes exclamation mark and it has worked well so far.
Connect your iPhone to your authorised computer, sync your iPhone with your computer and ensure that the sync music is ticked on the phones information for syncing on the screen.
RDIO playlists cannot be transferred to iTunes. However, if youalready have and use iTunes, it is very easy to transfer iTunesplaylists to RDIO.
The easier way to take 20% off somethi ng is to multiply that somethi ng by 0.8. . Example: . take 20% off 50 = 50 * 0.8 = 40 .
There are several ways to create a playlist of songs and music through iTunes. The easiest way is to have the library imported then select the tracks for a single playlist. Sync the device with iTunes. From the device, like an iPod Touch, a playlist can be created using the On The Go feature.
According to the Apple website, in order to create a playlist in iTunes, one must view their library and click on "Playlists". Then, click the "Add" button, which should be at the bottom, and then select "New Playlist". Finally, drag the desired songs into the playlist.