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Consolidating tracks in itunes

You can let i Tunes point to files and folders in their existing locations, or copy them into a file and folder structure determined by i Tunes (by default stored in "My Music/ i Tunes").

By default, i Tunes organizes albums based on the name of the album's artist.

We reserve the right to edit questions for grammar, spelling, and length. Since there’s no Advanced tab in i Tunes 11, I can’t figure out how to join audiobook tracks into one.

I am trying to add an audiobook to i Tunes so I can transfer it to my i Pod. I used to be able to click on the Advanced tab and then click Join and the tracks would be combined into one. The option to Join CD Tracks is actually still there, but considerably more hidden than it was in prior versions.

The fine specifics of how to consolidate your i Tunes library may vary slightly depending on which operating system and version of i Tunes you’re running, but variances from the directions given below should be slight.

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How can I consolidate i Tunes library to save these music files into the i Tunes media folder?

" Many i Tunes users would come across such problem that they want to make i Tunes consolidate files for easy i Tunes file management.

If it isn't selected, the file will remain in its original location, and the corresponding entry in the i Tunes media library and playlists will point toward it.