29: Your iTunes User Guide in Objective-C

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CHAPTER 29: Your iTunes User Guide
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default and backing up everything; however, you could also choose to back up just iTunes purchases. After you insert all the disks required for the backup, you will see a backup complete message. If you have recently backed up to disc, then you can save time and space by checking the Only back up items added or changed since last backup box. TIP: If you need to backup to DVD or CDs, we highly recommend opting for the DVD method to do the backup, since it can hold four to eight times the content of a CD.
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Figure 29 20. The options for iTunes backup.
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To Restore from CDs or DVDs
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All you need to do to start restoring your library is to insert the first backup CD or DVD and iTunes will ask you if you would like to restore from the backup disc. Some items are not restored when you restore your library using the drag and : Play count
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TIP: You can also restore individual files by clicking on the backup disk under the Devices listed in the left nav bar. Then drag-and-drop files from the backup to your library. However, a few items are lost from restored files such as bookmarks of last played
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Backup to External Hard Disk (for Larger Libraries)
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As your iTunes library grows larger, it could take you dozens or even a hundred or more DVDs or CDs to complete the backup, so you should use an external hard disk instead. This method works best only when your iTunes library is located in a single folder.
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Step 1: Make Sure All Media is In a Single Folder
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You can use iTunes to move all your media to a folder by a command. 1. From the iTunes menu, select Edit Preferences (Windows) or iTunes Preferences (Mac). Then click on the Advanced tab and check the box next to Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library in the middle of the page. Click OK. From the iTunes menu, select File Library Organize Library to see the window to the right. Check both checkboxes as shown and click OK. This will result in all your media to be copied to a single iTunes media folder.
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Step 2: Drag and Drop Your Library to the External Hard Disk
This assumes you have purchased and connected an external hard disk. If you don t have one, you can find one by visiting your local computer store or doing a web search for external hard disk for your computer operating system type: Windows or Mac. 1. Open up a window on your computer and locate your iTunes library. The default media location for your iTunes library is: Windows XP: \Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\ Windows Vista or Windows 7:\Users\username\music\iTunes\iTunes music\ Mac OX X: /Users/username/Music/ 2. 3. Open another window on your computer for your external hard disk. Drag and drop the iTunes library onto the external hard disk window to copy all the files. This will take quite a while if your library is very large, but at least you won t be swapping disks every few minutes!
Restoring from an External Hard Disk Backup
First, close iTunes, then follow the steps below.
Step 1: Copy Your Library Back to Your Computer
Use the reverse of the steps above to drag and drop your library from the external hard disk back onto your computer. You may want to put the library in the same location as the original iTunes library for simplicity sake. See above for the default locations.
Step 2: Open iTunes and Select the Library
In order to open the newly copied library, you have to open iTunes a special way. 1. On Windows, hold down the Shift key while you open iTunes. On a Mac, hold down the Option key. Make sure to keep the key pressed until you see the small window shown to the right. If you let go too soon,
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then iTunes will open normally. 2. 3. Select Choose Library and locate the library you just copied from your external hard disk. Click Open (Windows) or Choose (Mac) to open the iTunes library file.
This should allow you to restore your iTunes library by opening the file you just copied from your external hard disk.
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