1792 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 25, 2010 10:32 PM by oogan66
As long as the contents in both libraries are unique:
1. Open iTunes on Library 1, drag Library 2 on iTunes icon in dock. OR
2. Open iTunes on Library 1: File > Add to Library... CMD O > Select Library 2
If you do have non-unique items, you may end up with duplicate files.
Make sure that the following are checked in iTunes > Preferences > Advanced >
- 'Keep iTunes Media folder organized'
- 'Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library'Mac Pro 2.8x8, Mac OS X (10.6.5), NVidia GT 120 | 10GB | RAID 0 | 20" Samsung | 23" ACD
The Post above mine seems like it should work, but I've just tried it countless times, with no result.
I've tried doing the drag and drop onto the iTunes icon in the Dock, and also tried the "Add to Library" option. Neither seem to work.
If I use the drag and drop option, and hold library 2 over the the iTunes icon, after a couple of seconds my library 1 window shrinks (like it's been "Exposéd"), and highlights with a blue line around it, but if I either drop the library 2 onto the Dock icon, or onto the library 1 window, nothing happens.
Any theories on why?
Both libraries live on one Mac. Both are uniquely named.
Hope you can help.Mac Mini Server