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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by ikklejo, Sep 22, 2006.
Why can you not copy songs from a ipod into itunes or can you and i just dont know how??
You need to use third-party software. Can't remember any off the top of my head, someone else will probably point some out before i remember
ok cool ill wait for someone to remember, thanks
If you have a mac, Senuti works quite well. Others have recommended iPodRip as well.
On a Mac use Senuti
ok thanks im on a mac so im downloading senuti now
What a fantastic piece of software
Glad to hear that it worked out ok for you
iPodDisk is very nice. It makes your iPod show up as a network drive in the Finder with all the music files available for you to copy over.
The only problem with Senuti is that it copies all the music files you want into the Music folder first and then imports them into iTunes. You need to make sure to delete all the files from the Music folder or you'll be wondering why you lost a lot of space.
ok sorry gonna have to be abit dumb hear what music folder?
I think Warbrain probably meant the music folder you can access in Finder:
Yep, got ya, thanks
I'm waiting for my MacBook to arrive and I'm wondering if i will be able to do it with my ipod (formated in windows)?
Will it be possible to connect it directly to my mac? or will I have to transfer all my music from my PC to the Mac?
Your iPod will work fine on your new Mac even though it is formatted for Windows. Use Senuti or you can use this method.
That's great news thanks....especially since i download a podcast everyday from the office, I'm glad i won't have to do it from home every night!
Just keep the iPod formatted for Windows because Windows can't read Mac formatted iPods.
Enjoy your new Mac!
instructions to get the music off with no other software is in here