Copying iTunes Song Files to Local Storage | Moving iTunes Song Files to Local Storage
This article will show you how to export music from iTunes to a device and back up your media to a hard drive. Apple renamed iTunes to Music in macOS Catalina. The words are used interchangeably in this guide.
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Before making a backup, consolidate your iTunes/music library.
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Your iTunes library’s media files may not all be in the same folder; they might be distributed through different directories. This will make it more difficult because you’ll need to back up all of the files on your hard drive, not just the iTunes music folder.
Fortunately, you can copy all of your media files into one folder using iTunes’ consolidation function. This procedure does not overwrite original files in other places, and it ensures that all of your library’s media is copied.
Make sure iTunes is working and take these measures to merge your iTunes library into one folder before backing up:
To access the iTunes/Music preferences window, go to the following URL:
- Pick Preferences from the iTunes/Music menu on a Mac device.
- Select Edit > Preferences on a Windows screen.
- Select the Files tab and check the box next to the option: If it is not already tested, copy files to the iTunes/Music Media folder when adding to the collection, then pick OK.
- This choice may be found in the Advanced tab of older versions of iTunes/Music.
- Select the File menu, then Library > Organize Library to see the consolidation screen.
- Select OK to copy files into one folder after enabling the Consolidate Files option.
Transfer Your iTunes/Music Library to External Storage
You can copy the folder to an external storage unit, such as a portable hard drive or disc, now that you’ve made sure all of the files in your iTunes library are in one folder. You’ll need to make sure iTunes isn’t running in order to do this. Stop the software and take the following steps:
- If you’re using iTunes version 10.3 or older, you can burn music to a CD or DVD to backup your music. Apple, on the other hand, has disabled this function in more recent models.
- Using one of the following default paths to navigate to your iTunes library, assuming you haven’t changed the default location of the main iTunes folder
- UsersuserprofileMy Music on Windows
- /Users/userprofile/Music on macOS
- Create a new window for the hard drive on your desktop. This allows you to drag and drop the media folder to conveniently copy it.
Windows: From the Start menu, choose Computer or This PC.
- Open a Finder window from the dock or the desktop on a Mac.
- Drag the iTunes/Music folder from your device to a hard drive or external drive.
- Allow for the completion of the copying process.
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