Tune Span never removes any of your tracks from i Tunes, so your playlists, play counts, etc. Tune Span makes copies of your media files at the selected location; none of your media files are ever deleted automatically.
Whether you import one photo or a few hundred, each is a separate roll. Since i Photo ’08 Apple has included an organizational tool called Events which helps simplify the grouping of photos. However unlike rolls, events can be merged by dragging one event on top of another, or selecting both events and choose You can repeat the process as needed, eventually consolidating your library into a smaller group of events to manage.
Once merged, related photos can be viewed in one place and unneeded items pruned out.
» What if I want to consolidate my i Tunes Library?
» What if I delete some spanned tracks from my i Tunes Library?
This post is part our multi-post guide on how to Transfer Your i Tunes Music Library to a New Computer.
This post will help you use the Home Sharing feature in i Tunes 9 to transfer your actual music files to your new computer.
This guide explains how to correct and update the tags of your music in your i Tunes from Music Brainz using Picard.
Please read everything and check that this method will work for you before you begin.
Every time you plug your i Phone or another camera into your Mac, i Photo leaps to the assistance (whether you want it to or not). One common thing I’m asked about as an Mac consultant is how to manage i Photo libraries that have gotten out of hand – thousands of photos, lots of duplicate items, and sometimes multiple copies of libraries. By far one of the most common issues people have with i Photo is too many photos.