Consolidating audiobooks itunes
If your i Tunes library is taking up too much space, you can move it off of your local drive and onto an external hard drive without breaking your music collection.
You can also transfer your entire i Tunes library from one computer to another if you are migrating to a new Mac.
If your Mac's hard drive is getting full, you can move your entire i Tunes library to an external hard drive to free up space.
After decades of digital music, it's not unlikely if you've amassed quite the collection of music on your computer's hard drive.
If you have a small amount time, however, you would be better served with this tutorial.
This way, you get a hands-on feel for your library. This cannot be done in i Tunes 11, so in previous versions, go to File Show Duplicates and delete.
With OS X Mavericks just around the corner, this is a good time to have a tidy up and ensure that your experience of the update is a pleasurable one.
You will find that your library has missing cover art, artist information, duplicated tunes and missing data.
How do I get these songs in my Current i Tunes Library?
Depending on how you imported items into i Tunes, some items in your library might be stored in different locations (in another folder or on another hard disk, for example). Advanced" option, then you could see a box named "i Tunes Media folder location".
This is where your i Tunes media files would be stored when you import files into i Tunes.
Before making major changes to your computer, it's always a good idea to back up your data: The best way to back up your Mac is with a Time Machine routine in place, but you can choose an alternate backup option that's right for you.
You will, of course, need the computer your i Tunes library is currently on.