[macvoiceover] Re: itunes questions, 1 of 2

When I try all that you suggested, which I'm about to do, is there any way to select just the tracks that I want in the songs table? I can't for the life of me find any way to select individual tracks except for one at a time or all of them and there's like no way I'm gonna do that.


On Sep 9, 2009, at 10:33 AM, Ricardo Walker wrote:

Ok,  I get you now.

I just open the playlist browser, and as far as I can tell you can not view the individual tracks in this browser. If you could, I think there would be another group called show all song names or something like that. but once you've narrowed down with the playlist browser like you said, you can view the songs in the songs table. from here you interact with the table then you can press VO shift M to open up the context menu and do things like put the song in a playlist or convert it to another file type.

Let me know if this helps any.

Ricardo
On Sep 9, 2009, at 8:54 AM, samtroia wrote:

Ok, in addition to the source table and the songs table, you can open a playlist browser table with cmd-b. In that you can choose from three items: all genres, all albums and all artists. If you choose all artists for example, you can then arrow down to or type in the name of any artist in your library. If you then arrow to the right, it will tell you how many albums that artist has and the list of them below that. But once I get into the list of albums, I have found no way to open each album in order to select tracks. Going to the songs table will show the list of tracks in the selected album, but again I don't know how to select the tracks I want in the songs table.

So my question: can I open an album in the playlist browser to show the tracks or do I have to use the songs table to select them?


On Sep 9, 2009, at 7:28 AM, Ricardo Walker wrote:

Hi,
I'm a little confused. Where exactly are you in iTunes? When you first open iTunes you are in the sources table that contains all your playlist. Is this what you are talking about?

On Sep 9, 2009, at 6:27 AM, samtroia wrote:

Hi, all,

I am now showing the playlist browser for my entire library. When I choose one of the categories, all albums let's say, is there a way to view the tracks of the album in the browser? Then, how do you select the tracks you want to add to a playlist and what steps do I take for adding the selected tracks to the playlist?


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