Export for iTunes
By Giorgos Trigonakis
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Export your playlists and albums from iTunes to any local folder, external storage, SD card or USB drive! You can transfer easily your playlists to your car stereo or any other media player. Convert aac/m4a files to mp3 for best compatibility with most sound systems.
Demo video: bit.ly/itunesexport
With mp3 and aac converter. You can choose if you want to export your playlist to mp3, aac or keep the original files. Convert from any kind* of iTunes compatible audio file type (MP3, ALAC, AIFF, WAV).
Export, convert, organize your playlists and albums music files into folders and create the m3u file that let you play your playlist to any media player. For every album you can include a image file with album artwork.
You can browse and select which of your playlists or albums you want to export. See all playlist/album tracks with their metadata without open the iTunes app.
You can also export the track list from any album or playlist to Excel, so you can create an excel file with info about all your iTunes music.
Export for iTunes let you preview and export metadata like:
Title, Artist, Time, Album, Genre, File path, Kind, Bitrate
The app does not modify your iTunes library.
Export for iTunes is compatible with iTunes 11 or above.
*Can not convert DRM protected files.
What's New in Version 1.9.5
Add new option: "Do not convert lossy formats"
If you enable this option the app will not convert audio files with lossy format (mp3,aac), will convert lossless like Apple Lossless (.m4a).
I’ve been using this since we got our new Mustang with Sync 3 and have found it really works well. The only thing I wish it did was allow you to preview/update the album art being exported because occasionally songs with album art in iTunes are showing up without and then Sync 3 displays a generic image.
This is an excellent app and really helps get things onto a SanDisk so you can playback in a car. However, I am having an issue with the app converting my lossless audio. Not sure if upgrading to High Sierra had anything to do with it, but the app quits when I try to convert my lossless tracks (and the playlist isn’t recognized in the car).
An easy way to get my MP3’s onto my thumb drives and SD cards! Apple makes it so difficult to transfer to a non-Apple device - Export for iTunes makes it so easy! Very simple to use & does a great job. Thank you!
- Category: Music
- Updated: Jul 06, 2017
- Version: 1.9.5
- Size: 13.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Georgios Trigonakis
- © 2016 Giorgos Trigonakis
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor