The general method of use is to download a script (double-click or right-click and use Download or Save As...) to a folder of your choice, e.g.
your Desktop, Downloads folder or create a folder at ...\i Tunes\Scripts.
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This is by far the easiest way to transfer an i Tunes library from Windows to OS X (and even vice versa), and it’s entirely free – there is no need to download any of the third party apps or services that claim to do it for you.
To get started, you will either need to have an active SMB network where you can transfer directly between OS X or Windows (click here for a simple PC to Mac file sharing guide), or use a hard drive that has formatted for dual compatibility between a Mac and Windows so that you can use it as a means of copying the data over.
You are strongly advised to backup your entire library, or at the very least the i Tunes file, before use.
Many of the scripts can optionally display a progress bar while running.Select a playlist or highlight some tracks in i Tunes and then double-click on the script to execute it.If no specific tracks are selected the script will try to work with all tracks in the current playlist or sometimes the entire library.One you have a voice memo recorded, there a two main ways of transferring the voice memo to your computer. Click the name of your i Phone under Devices in the left column 3. If you are having difficulty, several people in the comments below have recommended these additional steps: – Unplug iphone from the computer after the failed sync – In i Tunes, select File – Consolidate files – Plug in the iphone & sync again.i Tunes will transfer voice memos once you enable that setting. You can also email or MMS the voice memo directly from your phone. Select the voice memo you want to share and press the large blue share button at the bottom right of the screen. Select Email or MMS David Kirk is one of the original founders of tech-recipes and is currently serving as editor-in-chief.