Sharing over a network


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Sharing over a network

If the Mac or PC on which you're running iTunes is connected to a network whether you're at home or the office, by turning on certain preferences you can let iTunes users on your network play music and videos from your library on their computers, and naturally you can also play their music and videos on your computer, if they've also said the same preferences to allow Network Sharing. This ability to share iTunes Libraries of your network opens all sorts of possibilities. Basically everyone in your network can have his or her collection of music on his or her computer, but still have the ability to listen to everyone else's stuff, or if you have an old Mac or Windows machine sitting around, you could install a copy of iTunes on it, import all your music and use it to surf tunes or videos to the rest of your computers on your network, without taking up any hard drive space on them.

When you're listening or watching shared content, you are actually streaming the conte...

Sharing over a network
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Sharing over a network provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iTunes 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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iTunes
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