Mac OS 10.1.2 – 10.1.4
iTunes 2.0.3 – 2.0.4
— Short Description:
Synchronize and transfer tracks & playlists from your iPod to your Mac.
— Long Description:
Within iTunes or the Finder it is not possible to transfer tracks or
playlists from your iPod to your Mac(s). iPod2iTunes (i2i) is the only
utility which allows you not only to copy but to synchronize tracks +
playlists from your iPod(s) to your Mac(s). The synchronization ensures
that you don’t produce duplicate MP3 files on your disk as it is easily the
case if you just copy files from the iPod via other methods.
First, i2i shows you which of the tracks on the iPod are not on your Mac.
You can browse through those tracks directly in iTunes. Then you select
some or all of these tracks to transfer them to your Mac: – based
– based on genre/artist/album.
i2i can transfer the MP3 files seamlessly into your existing MP3 collection
and creates folders & subfolders as necessary.
Transfer History: i2i creates for every transfer session a date&time
stamped playlist which shows the tracks which you’ve transferred to your
Mac. This makes it easy to add those tracks to existing playlists or to
build new ones.
i2i optionally also synchronizes the iPod playlists to iTunes. This creates
the iPod playlists in iTunes with those tracks which are really on your Mac
(you don’t get “dead tracks” if you haven’t transferred the whole iPod).
This feature works also if you have used another method in the past to
iPod2iTunes is “Pay-what-you-like-ware”. If you like it, you can purchase it
— New in 1.0.1
+ On some 10.1.4 systems the OS version check failed. This should always
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