Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video About file formats, part of Learning iTunes 12.
- In this chapter of movies we're going to look…at the many ways to import music…and other content into your iTunes library.…So first of all I've gotten rid of all the songs…I'd imported in the previous chapter when I needed…some examples to demonstrate the iTunes interface.…So we're going to start with a clean,…blank iTunes library in this chapter.…But if you have music in your own library…don't worry, you can still follow along here.…Now in the movie immediately after this one…I'm going to talk about importing music from audio CDs.…When you import songs from a CD into your library…that song is encoded by iTunes into a file…and that file is stored on your hard drive.…
The amount of space that file takes up…depends on the length of the song…and the encoding settings you use when you import it.…And the encoding settings you use are also going…to affect the audio quality of that particular song.…So generally larger files are going…to sound better than smaller files.…Let's go to iTunes Preferences,…if you're on Windows you'll go to Edit Preferences,…
- Differences between the Mac and Windows versions of iTunes
- Using the playback controls
- Importing music and videos
- Consolidating your library
- Finding duplicate songs
- Playing music, playlists, and radio
- Sharing and streaming content
- Purchasing content from the iTunes Store
Skill Level Beginner
Speeding Up and Maintaining Your Macwith Nick Brazzi1h 32m Beginner
1. iTunes Interface
2. Importing Media
3. Managing Your Library
4. Playing Your Content
5. Sharing and Streaming Content
6. iTunes Store
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