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Need help editing track info on itunes.

Discussion in 'iPhone Forum' started by Rob20, Sep 24, 2005.

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  1. Rob20

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    Just bought an ipod nano, and can't work out how to edit albums other than on a track by track basis. Say I have an essential mix recorded off the radio with no names at all, how do I quickly name each track so the computer knows they're part of the same 'album' if you will. At the moment the only way I know is to go to each track and type in the name of the artist/album. I want to highlight every track from the mix and type the details in but I can't work out how to do this. If only I could create an album folder with all the correct details then just highlight the tracks and drag and drop. or can I...!? :confused:
     
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    Put the tracks you want into a playlist, then highlight all, right click and edit info. Hopefully this should sort you out.
     
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    I think it will be "get info" not edit info, but I'm on a Mac at the moment. You'll still obviously have to name each track individually.

    Alternatively, connect to the CDDB from itunes and get the info automatically that way.
     
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    Thanks a lot. As the nano has no manual, and the online manual never mentions editing functions I was at a loss.
     

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