1804 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Feb 2, 2008 6:46 AM by Madjik Man
Sort of. Part of that post is incorrect.
In iTunes, highlight the ones you want, Edit > Copy. Then go to the folder or application that you are using, and Edit > Paste.
Copy and Paste in iTunes does not copy and paste the songs. It only copies the song info.
You need to highlight the songs in iTunes then drag them from the iTunes window directly to the flash drive on the desktop/Windows Exploder.
If the stereo will play AAC, you can do that.
If it only accepts MP3, you will need to convert them.
iTunes prefs -> Advanced - Importing.
Set it to MP3.
Create a new playlist and add all the songs you want to convert.
Select all the songs.
Go to menu Advanced -> Convert selection to MP3.
When it's done, delete the playlist you just created.
Create a new Smart playlist;
Date created is today
Kind contains MPEG Audio
This should show everything you just converted.
Select all the songs and drag to the flash drive.