If you have the latest iTunes and use XP: hold the shift key down when starting up iTunes and you will be asked what library you want to use (or if you want to create a new one) :) I have one library with lossless files (classic) and one for my daughter's MP3 files (Nano)
Two different profiles!
I followed these exact directions and it didn't work. I was asked whether I wanted to replace my iPod's files with the new library contents (which didn't exist yet), or to place my ipod's files into my new library. I chose the second and nothing happened at all. The process simply stopped and nothing happened. Way to go Apple, way to go.
I had this problem too. I had two different iTunes libraries on two of my computers, and I wanted all my iTunes music to be on one computer. First I used iTunes to load up my iPod with music from my first computer. Then I used an application to copy music from my iPod to my second computer, which effectively merged my iTunes libraries. Then I used iTunes on my second computer to re-sync my iPod, which put my merged music library onto my iPod.
NO you can not
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:
You can have as many iTunes libraries as you want. Hold down the Option (alt) key while you launch iTunes and you will be given the option to choose an existing library to open or create a new one.
Well it depends on if you have like tow users on the computer like you log onto yours but there is also one for a guest to use i can tell you that you cant put two itune libraries on one computer without it sayin that you need to transf songs that are under a diffrenet name so i hope that helps you! Brittyboo
Yes, you can. If you set your iTunes settings to allow your computer to share your files on a network (Wi-Fi or other), you can access your music files from a different computer. The other computer must also have iTunes and the ability to connect to other shared libraries in the area.
ipods can only sync with one computer at a time.
iTunes for the computer is very different than the iTunes that you have on your iPod Touch. You can only have the iTunes from your computer when you download it for your PC (not for the Mac, there are two separate iTunes softwares) from Apple's website.
Movies purchased in the iTunes Music Store (iTMS) are downloaded into the iTunes Library on your computer or i-device. If you use a computer and use iTunes, click the Library selection menu button on the left side of iTunes screen. You will see all the different libraries managed by iTunes. Libraries include Music, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, iTunes U, Books (both eBooks and Audiobooks), Apps, and Tones. Select Movies, and find the movie you purchased. Click it to play on your computer. If you purchased an Apple TV WiFi box, there will be a button like a little box with a "v" on top. When you click that, you can select the Apple TV, which, when connected to a TV set, will cause the movie to be played on the TV. Other purchases, such as games or apps, will appear in their appropriate libraries.
Holding down the Option (alt) key when you click on the iTunes icon to open iTunes will offer you the choice of creating a new library or selecting any of your existing libraries.
Yes it can.
you carnt. you need to plug i your iPod then go to start menu, computer, and removable devices. this will then show your iPod. doubble click and the music willl transfer on to the desktop. then copy the folder to your new itunes library.
Holding down the Alt/Option key while you launch iTunes will give you a window offering the option to use an existing library or create a new one.
To authorize a computer for iTunes open the iTunes software and select Authorize This Computer from the Store menu.
yes, check out TuneRanger
iTunes can be downloaded to your computer using the link below.
You can not use an iPod with two libraries. You are only allowed to have one iTunes library in you iPod at one time.
I think that when you go on iTunes you can combine them, if not, well then you could probably just drag each song one by one. :)
Try to cancel an iTunes account by eliminating the ability to access it on your computer. Log into iTunes and pull down the Store menu. Click Deauthorize Computer and enter your iTunes account password to disable the use of iTunes on your computer.
You access itunes on your computer by opening up the file to where you've downloaded itunes to. You open the browser to where itunes has been saved and will restart your computer once you've clicked on it in order to add itunes onto your desktop.
not ppossible you need two separate users on the computer
In iTunes' Store menu (on the menu bar at the top) select Authorize computer... to authorize your computer.
you can put it on a memory stick
no, itunes is very safe and causes no such problem towards your computer