|Jul 25, 2013, 01:45 AM||#1|
is my itunes folder structure normal?
I noticed that i have 2 different folders, one higher up and a another folder within it for my itunes, and wonder if I need both folders.
I have attached a screen shot, for all to see what I mean, which folder and contents is important? in itunes, I have keep albums organized, so it makes a copy of the albums in folders.
the top Sossitys itunes library has all my albums copied in the music folder.
|Jul 25, 2013, 08:50 AM||#2|
It is not normal. You have two libraries nested within each other.
First step is to go into iTunes > Preferences > Advanced... and determine which of those two media locations is being used.
It looks like you actual library is down at the nested level. I am not sure of the ramifications of moving that up a level like it should be.
|Jul 25, 2013, 03:54 PM||#3|
I think itunes is using the upper level, as the music folder in the upper level has the copies of all my albums, this is right because in itunes preferences I have make a copy checked for keeping everything organized.
when I clicked on the small itunes icons in the inner nested folder, it opens up to my itunes library.
so I should try placing everything all in the upper top nested folder? I notice I have 2 music folders, but I think itunes is using the upper music folder.
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