What's best program to copy music back to computer?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by michael31986, Sep 28, 2009.

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    i usually use music rescue, but i heard copytrans is good. is it worth the 20 dollars? or is there a way to get the full version another way?

    whats best. i want to also have my playlist and etc put into my itunes as they are on my ipod. thanks
     
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    jmann

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    Senuti! Has a free trial! :D
     
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    senuti ftw
     
  4. thread starter macrumors 68000

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    i have a pc though. senuti is only for mac no?

    should i buy copy trans?
     
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    i use idump
     
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    idump doesn't copy playlist too though does it?
     
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    Just open the music folder on your iPod, drag the contents into a new iTunes library and consolidate your library (File -> Library -> Organise Library -> Consolidate). This will copy all tracks to your iTunes music folder =]
     
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    that won't copy playlists though :(
     
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    Xapphire13

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    Just remake the playlist?
     
  10. thread starter macrumors 68000

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    a playlist with 500 or so songs would take quite a while.
     
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    Xapphire13

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    Only the ordering, if i know what bands/albums I could just make a smart playlist and have iTunes make it for me. Then if I don't care about the order, I can shuffle it around.
     
  12. Guest

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    Trust me, the programs that can keep your library info and playlists are much more useful than those that can’t.
     
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    ^ i agree i just hate clicking enter every 50 on music rescue and for some reason that program didn't copy my playlist fully. ugh! id on't wanna pay 20 bucks though.
     
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    its not allowed to ask for keygens for programs right?
     

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