How to merge multiple iTunes library
iTunes is a very important and the most useful feature or application in a Mac or iOS device. With the help of this application you can transfer, recover or manage the data present in your device. You can make many accounts on different device and use different and iTunes library to save various files. But sometimes you need to keep some of the media files in your iTunes separate from others. But the problem is that you have many files but not in one account. Then how to merge multiple iTunes library on one device is a very typical question for you. But you can do it very easily with some steps only.
Why you need to consolidate multiple iTunes library –
Main problem is that if you have different members in the family then someday you need to merge the library, if you have more than one computer or iOS devices, you may have different files of the iTunes for different work etc. When you need those all library on one iTunes account then you go to merge multiple iTunes library.
First of all you should organize the iTunes library with following steps:
- Go to the menu bar and access the main iTunes pulldown menu.
- In the pulldown select the preferences menu.
- Click on the “advanced” pane of the preference menu.
- You have to click there on the “keep iTunes music folder organized” and “copy files to iTunes” option.
Now consolidate multiple iTunes library in next steps:
- In the menu bar, go to file and access the pulldown menu.
- Select the “library” option.
- Now click on the “consolidate library”.
With the help of these two methods you can merge multiple iTunes library very easily. These are the manual methods that can help you very much to access various iTunes library at one stage. But sometimes you cannot be able to complete the process then you should use the MacKeeper tool to get the help.
MacKeeper tool will help you to fix the errors that comes during the consolidating the iTunes library manually. It will also help you to optimize the performance of the computer by fixing the virus or other error issues in the system.