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It’s not possible without 3rd party software like SyncPhotos or iPhoto Library Manager. Even with third-party software it’s not that easy. iPhoto Library Manager will let you merge two iPhoto libraries if you have different iPhoto libraries on your Mini and Mac book Pro. To do this, first create a new library using iPhoto Library Manager, and then use it to ...


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There are (at least) two simple ways of achieving this: Select the songs in iTunes and drag them to a folder in the Finder. Copy said folder to the other computer (via WiFi, external drive, Disk Target Mode, whatever). Drag files out of folder and drop on iTunes. iTunes Match. For a cost of $25 per year, you can store all your music in iCloud. Whether you ...


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OK, I've come with a small script to rsync the two folders #!/bin/bash # target folder TARGET_VOLUME="/Volumes/Data/"; TARGET_FOLDER="Pictures/Lightroom/"; TARGET=${TARGET_VOLUME}${TARGET_FOLDER}; if [ ! -d $TARGET ] then echo "ERROR: Folder $TARGET_FOLDER in Volume: $TARGET_VOLUME not found"; exit; else echo "Backing up Lightroom catalog..."; ...


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I just popped open Automator to see if any actions are available that could be strung together to do this. It looks to me like this is something that you would need to create using Apple Script. Take a look at the this forum thread: http://hintsforums.macworld.com/showthread.php?t=115494 The post by rccharles has example apple script that could be used to ...


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Thought I would weigh in... I am running IT 11.2.2 I am using MBP 10.9.4 This may be a bit premature, but I believe I have found the solution to deleting podcasts permanently. Open Finder>>>Music>>>Itunes>>Podcasts Delete manually (not my favorite) Quit IT, Don't close it, QUIT it Close the lid on your LT (just like the toilet) Reopen LT, then iTunes The ...


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iTunes might be refusing to sync the tracks because they use an encoding format that it knows isn't supported on iOS devices. As an example, the iPhone 5s technical specification on Apple's website lists the supported bitrates for constant rate MP3s as "8 to 320 Kbps". If the bitrate for the files is outwith those limits that might be the cause of the ...


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One way to confirm whether the files are really just MP3 files is to open them in QuickTime and then open the Inspector (hold ⌘ and tap I or choose from Show Inspector from Window menu). The Inspector will tell you the file type (if it recognises it). If these are MP3 files it should say something that starts with "MPEG Layer 3" for the format. If it ...


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If it helps, I was struggling with this too - then realised Podcasts are counted under music! Clear out your Podcasts in the same way as above, et voila!


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This keychain will remain local. Only keys/certs/etc in the iCloud Keychain will be synchronised over iCloud.


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If you sync your iPhone with iTunes and have the voice memo syncing enabled, then the voice memos will be transferred to your computer when syncing. The voice memos will show in the Voice Memos playlist.


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I suspect that you have multiple purchased items from multiple Apple IDs which would explain the multiple messages. Did you authorize your PC for only a single Apple ID? Try to authorize it with a different Apple ID each time you are returned the dialog box. Of course this implies you indeed have multiple Apple accounts and know the user name and password ...



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