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MusicExporter

MusicExporter copies music files from iPods, iTunes music libraries and directories into a target directory.
The target directory may be structured according to album, artist, composer or playlist.

MusicExporter 0.6
  • Copies music from iPods, iTunes and directories.
  • Grouping according to album, artist, composer and playlist.
  • Reads id3-tags and iTunes music libraries.
  • Generates index page with album covers.

usage

  1. Just press 'space' to select music files.
  2. You can customize directory names, if you want.
  3. Click 'Export'.

Hint: MusicExporter can access iPods, if the option "enable disk use" is selected. See iTunes:Preferences:iPod.

target directory structure

Window 'Selected Music' with different selection Modes

The target directory's structure depends on the selected music files and the used selection mode.

Selection by 'Artist'
  • The target directory gets a directory named by the artist (Bj√∂rk).
  • The artist directory gets a directory named by the album (Debut).
  • The album directory contains the music files.
Selection by 'Album'
  • The target directory gets a directory named by the album (Le Fabuleux..).
  • The album directory contains the music files.
Selection by 'Composer'
  • The target directory gets a directory named by the composer (Prokofiev, Sergei).
  • The composer directory gets a directory named by the album (Scythian..).
  • The album directory contains the music files (..Adoration of..).
Selection by 'Playlist'
  • The target directory gets a directory with the playlists' name.
  • This directory contains the music files.
'Auto' selection
MusicExporter chooses the selection mode for you when 'Auto' is checked.
  • The selection mode will be 'Playlist' if the selected files are part of a playlist.
  • The selection mode will be 'Album' if the column 'Compilation' is checked.
  • The selection mode will be 'Compsoer' if column 'Genre' has the value 'Classical'.
  • In all other cases 'Artist' applies.