From: Per Homer <perhomer@ro...> - 2005-03-16 18:46:24
I have a question now -- when you synchronize with a directory, should it reload all files to your iPod, or am I missing some toggle in the settings?
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If you have added files to directories or changed files in directories
you have previously added tracks from, you can use the "Synchronize
Dirs" utility to update your iTunesDB.
"Synchronize Dirs" will use the selected tracks to make a list of
directories to update, so you should activate the "Write Extended
Information" option in the export section of the preferences
It will then add all non-existing tracks in those directories and
update (see "Refresh") all existing tracks. The tracks are also added to
the currently selected playlist, if they aren't already a member.
Tracks that have been removed from the directory will only be removed
from the iTunesDB if this option is checked in the option dialogue.
For best results you should also activate duplicate detection. This
avoids unnecessary copying of unchanged tracks.
On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 06:46:16PM +0000, Per Homer wrote:
> I have a question now -- when you synchronize with a directory, should it reload all files to your iPod, or am I missing some toggle in the settings?
> Sent using Rogers Wireless Desktop Service!
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