1342 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 19, 2011 7:38 AM by vicky729
Currently Being ModeratedJan 16, 2011 1:24 AM (in response to vicky729)
Can I do this?
try if you can use this script:
[_*Re-Locate Selected v1.1*_|http://dougscripts.com/itunes/scripts/ss.php?sp=relocateselected]
This script will re-locate the files of the selected iTunes tracks from their current location to a new user-chosen folder. iTunes will be updated with each track's new location and all of each track's meta-data will be preserved. Option to remove the files from their original location. (I don't advise using this on more than an album's worth of tracks or so at a time; re-locating dozens of tracks' files to a single folder doesn't seem to make much sense to me.)
NOTE: If your "Keep iTunes Media folder organized" preference set, you will not be able to create new folders in or re-locate files within the iTunes Media folder; outside is OK.
you can also move the movie files manually:
(a) temporarily change +*iTunes media folder location+* (preferences > advanced) to point to the NAS. on the same tab, ensure +*copy files to ... when adding to library+* is check marked
(b) highlight the movie files in iTunes, right-click (or ctrl-click) and select +consolidate files+ from the pop-up menu.
(c) point +*iTunes media folder location+* back to the original spot and delete (or keep) the original movie files from your local iTunes media folder.
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