4/24/078:10 am MacMost Splitting iTunes Libraries Gary from MacMost.com shows us how to split up your iTunes Library to make multiple libraries for your music collection. Video Transcript CLICK TO EXPAND Transcript available soon. Transcripts are typically available a few days after the video has been published. Please check back. Related Posts: Preventing Photos and iTunes From Automatically Launching, Can I Use iMovie 9 Libraries in iMovie 10? Comments: 5 Responses to “Splitting iTunes Libraries” Robin 5/5/07 @ 2:22 pm Hi, I am new to a Mac and first want to say thank you for creating video tutorials. My concern is the speed in which they are delivered. Please slow down! The speed is way too fast for someone who is not a techi/new to MAC’s to actually retain/understand without having to watch it twice. This can cause frustration in the learner and could potentially discourage new MAC users from the product. evan 7/7/07 @ 1:02 am is this possible to do on a pc? Niall Carson 3/11/08 @ 8:24 am thanks for this tutorial, keep up the good work. there is a lot of stuff in osx and its hard to remember it all! splitting up accounts 4/24/09 @ 2:28 pm dear i tunes, I have a few questions about i tunes and I was wondering if you could help me with them. My sister and I share an account and I no longer want it that way. Is there a way to split the two accounts up with out deleting all of my songs? If there is a way, if she could pick the songs that she purchased out of her old account and download them on to her new account for free? I really want my own account so please email me back at firstname.lastname@example.org Gary Rosenzweig 4/25/09 @ 7:59 pm If you want a reply from Apple, you should probably try to contact them directly through support. They will probably not see this comment. Comments Closed. Welcome to MacMostMacMost is brought to you ad-free thanks to its supporters! Learn about the Patreon campaign and find out how you can join Club MacMost! Free MacMost Weekly Newsletter Want all of the new tutorials in your inbox? Sign up for the free weekly newsletter that includes tips, recommendations and news. Learn More From MacMost Online Course: Mac Photos Online Course: macOS Sierra Online Course: Mac iMovie Online Course: Mac Pages Online Course: Mac Numbers Online Course: Mac Keynote Online Course: Mac Security Book: 101 Mac Tips Connect with MacMostSubscribe at iTunes to the MacMost video podcast Check out the free MacMost weekly email newsletter Follow MacMost on Facebook Get updates, news and tips on Twitter Get the free MacMost app for the iPhone and iPad MacMost SectionsA Beginner’s Guide to the Mac Videos by Category Video Archive Top Apple-Related News Apple Rumors All Recent Apple News Virus and Malware Information Center Free iPhone Ringtones iPhone App Recommendations Quick Tips MacMost Online Courses MacMost Recommended Products Popular TutorialsCreating Transparent Images With Pixelmator Finder Hints and Shortcuts iMovie Basics Compressing Video With MPEG Streamclip Using Multiple Tables And Lookup In Numbers Slow Down a Portion of a Track In Garageband Setting Up Multiple iOS Devices For Messages and FaceTime Filling In the Sides of Vertical Video in iMovie Safari Text Zoom Using Live Stock Prices in Numbers InformationAbout MacMost Support MacMost MacMost Online Courses Contact MacMost MacMost Site Map MacMost Site Policies Copyright © 2006-2017 CleverMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved.