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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.

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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 1.8.0

-Add new Export options:
MP3 algorithm quality option (for faster encoding)
Playlist order option
Line ending options: Mac OS X(LF) or Windows(CRLF)

192 bitrate option for MP3
-Bug fixes:
Embed album artwork for mp3s.
Bitrate option for album conversion to aac/m4a


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Customer Reviews

BPM Export

Please find a way to export BPMs. This would be very helpful in my situation. Other than that the app is okay. It does what it says it does. I like the fact that you can create excel reports of the playlist. It would be great you could add the BPM section to the Excel reports as well.

Also, why is the time shown in seconds and not in minutes? If it is part of the algorithm, I get it, I just find it very strange that you are displaying that to the user.

Export for iTunes
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  • $4.99
  • Category: Music
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.8.0
  • Size: 13.4 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor

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