1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 2, 2005 2:18 PM by Lita Kaufman
Jason Daniels2 Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)
I have been looking online and in the forums and can't seem to find this. I have a "cheapo" mp3 player from Memorex that uses sd cards for storage. I would like to be able to plug the sd card into my reader hub on my mac and have itunes sync/export out the songs to fill the card. I have been able to make a playlist filled with the right amount of music, but can't seem to locate how to export this to a location/drive/etc.

Any help on this one? I have the latest iTunes updated.
  • Lita Kaufman Level 5 Level 5 (5,315 points)
    Jason:

    I don't there is ever going to be an easy way for you to transfer your music to the off-brand (i.e., non-iPod) MP3 player. Apple has no incentive for supporting any non-Apple players. The only reason why some (old) ones are supported is because the Mac version of iTunes was launched before the iPod was made. On the Windows side, no non-iPod player is supported.

    The only work-around that I can think of is to create your playlist (which you have), then drag that playlist to your desktop. The finder will then copy all of the music files to the desktop, you can move them onto your SD card, then delete the files.

    I don't think you can just drag and drop the files onto the SD card icon, but you can try.

    Lita