The i Tunes program, as installed on Macintosh computers, is set to consolidate by default.
If you’re running i Tunes off another operating system, such as a Windows computer, you’ll need to manually set the i Tunes library to consolidate.
With Home Sharing enabled, you can copy copyrighted content between up to five different computers.
Content without copyright management can be copied as often as you want. Click “Advanced” on the horizontal menu in i Tunes and click “Turn On Home Sharing” to enable the Home Sharing feature on this computer. Click “Home Sharing” under the Shared heading on the vertical menu to display a list of Home Sharing connections available on your network.
I primarily had my music stored on my Mac Book, but once that got too small I bought a 400 GB networked hard drive and started storing my music there.
I also now have songs from several hundred CD’s on my new Mac Mini that aren’t on either my i Phone or my i Pod.
i Tunes has a feature called Home Sharing that can help you to consolidate all of your i Tunes content on one computer, so long as all of your computers use the same local area Ethernet or Wi-Fi network.He holds a Bachelor of Arts in history and a Master of Fine Arts in writing.Get Organized Consolidate i Tunes Library Community Q&A When you consolidate an i Tunes library, you’re essentially telling a software program to group copies of all music on your computer into one i Tunes music library folder.If the Advanced menu says "Turn Off Home Sharing" when you click it then Home Sharing is already enabled. Enter your Apple ID and associated password and click “Create Home Share.” Repeat these first four steps on each computer from which you want to copy content. The names of the other computers on which you have enabled Home Sharing will appear here. Click the first content category you want to consolidate and click “Import.” Available content categories will vary depending on the contents of that computer’s i Tunes library.Common categories include Music, Apps, Movies, TV Shows and Photos.