MusicExporter
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Copy music from iPod or iTunes to a directory on your Mac.   Free
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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 or composer.
  • Copies music from iPods, iTunes and directories.
  • Reads id3-tags and iTunes music libraries.
  • Simple and intuitive file selection.
  • Grouping according to album, artist and composer.
  • Generates index page with album covers.
What's New
Version 0.7:
  • Bugfix: A change in iTunesDB caused some errors.
  • Tested with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or later
  • Java 5



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dtmp commented on 24 Aug 2008
I was looking for something to copy tracks FROM my iPod. I could see the track but it would not copy it to my Mac's HD, just go a lot of unusable files.
[Version 0.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Oct 2005
you don't need this since you can just drag and drop the files directly from itunes into whichever directory you need to.
[Version 0.52]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Oct 2005
Seems nice but couldn´t get it to work. Gives error "Cannot launch Java application. Uncaught exception in main method:java.lang:NullPointerException".
Using MacOs 10.3.9, iTunes 5.0.1. Doesn´t work in Tiger either.
[Version 0.52]

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Anonymous commented on 15 Nov 2005
same eproblem here... any one?
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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Oct 2005
The idea is nice, but the app just doesn't work.
[Version 0.52]


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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Oct 2005
Good app. Works as advertised. I could not figure out how to select tracks, and it turned out that you have to use the 'space' key. I would strongly recommend the author to make it explicit in the documentation. Also, the selection and de-selection process is extremely slow. It's a really good start though.
[Version 0.52]

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Anonymous commented on 03 Oct 2005
The use of the keys is documented on the web page and in the help files, reached through the Help menu in the application.
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Anonymous reviewed on 02 Oct 2005
I can't get it to work, maybe I am not 'intuitive' enough! I can't get the export button enabled, and it won't let me select any music....

like the idea though...
[Version 0.52]


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Downloads:6,686
Version Downloads:2,262
Type:Multimedia Design : MP3
License:Free
Date:18 Nov 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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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 or composer.
  • Copies music from iPods, iTunes and directories.
  • Reads id3-tags and iTunes music libraries.
  • Simple and intuitive file selection.
  • Grouping according to album, artist and composer.
  • Generates index page with album covers.


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