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nightmars

macrumors member
Original poster
Sep 21, 2010
89
5
Germany
Hey guys,
need some help. I am using iTunes Match (works flawlessly). I have about 5000 songs from all my CDs successfully added to iTunes Match. Some were matched, some were uploaded. Now I got about 3000 of them with a lower bitrate than the 256kbps Apple gives you.
If I delete a matched song with (lets say 128 kbps) and re-download it I automatically get the 256 kbps version, but if the song wasn't matched and just uploaded it automatically downloads the quality that was uploaded before.
Now I do not really want to delete 3000 songs and re-download them just te be surprised I downloaded (for example) 1200 songs for nothing since they weren't matched... Is there a way of identifying just the matched songs ???

Thanks
markus
 

Julien

macrumors G4
Jun 30, 2007
11,438
4,618
Atlanta
Right click on the iTunes' column header and right click, then check iCloud Status.
 
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