adding track lists in itunes

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by zebula, Apr 24, 2011.

  1. zebula macrumors newbie

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    Ok, so today I copied cds to my MBP itunes. In the past it popped up with the name and info of the album. Today I was unable to connect to the internet while adding the music so everything was added as "Unknown album". Now I have multiple unknown albums and I would like to fix this. I tried going to advanced --> get track names and got a message saying CDDB information is not available.


    My questions are
    Is there anyway to get the information added with out going in and manually typing everything myself?
    Is there a setting that I missed that would allow for the tracks to be attached to the music? (I just got the computer about 2 months ago so a lot of the settings are still set on factory settings. This is my first apple so I'm still learning the ropes...)

    I know that i tunes used to do it, on my last computer I had some albums that didn't have all of the information filled out and after letting itunes "talk" to the data base all of the information was filled in. I don't know if apple did away with this feature to encourage people to just buy music from them or what. All of the cds I copied today were originals not burned copies.

    Any help is much appreciated.
     
  2. Gregg2 macrumors 603

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    Well, unless you find an easier way, you only would have to type each album name (how many?) once, then copy, paste, paste, paste... for each track.
     
  3. GGJstudios macrumors Westmere

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    Or select all tracks for an album, Get Info, then type the Album Name one time, instead of copying and pasting.

    For the OP: Have you considered removing those albums from your iTunes library and re-ripping them with an internet connection available?
     
  4. zebula thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yeah, I figured I would have to re-rip them. I was just hoping that the names and tracks would magically appear with the changing of a setting...

    I didn't copy down the track lists so I couldn't even enter them without looking them up. But first I would have to figure out which albums are which... Re-ripping looks like the easiest way.
     

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