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Updating itunes library

So get ready to enjoy episodes of your favorite TV shows or hit movies you’ve been waiting to see — anytime, anywhere.

One would think that it must be a simple feature inbuilt in i Tunes or something pretty easy to do at the least.However, in order for i Tunes to retain all this good stuff, you must let it be in charge of keeping the Music or Media folder organized.If you don't want i Tunes to be in charge, the process of moving your media folder will still work, but you may find that metadata items, such as playlists and ratings, will be wiped out.Do not delete the original i Tunes folder or any files or folders it contains, other than the i Tunes Media or i Tunes Music folder.If you delete anything else in the i Tunes folder, your playlists, album art, ratings, etc., could become history, requiring you to recreate them or download them (album art).Start your free three-month trial with no commitment, and cancel anytime.

And if you watch on Apple TV 4K, you’ll be able to enjoy a tremendous selection of your favorite content in 4K HDR.

If something should go wrong and you don't have a backup, you could lose all of your music files.

The process outlined here will retain all of your i Tunes settings, including playlists and ratings, and all media files; not just music and video, but audiobooks, podcasts, etc.

Now wondershare is going to give a perfect solution for those people with beautiful software with name Keep Vid Music.

Keep Vid Music is able to setup all things of i Tunes library.

The instructions outlined here will use the vernacular found in i Tunes version 12.x Before you begin, you must have a current backup of your Mac, or at the very least, a current backup of i Tunes.