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Adding music to iTunes from top 40 albums dvd I bought off the market

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As description.. I'm using windows vista and I bought a DVD that contains the top 40 albums. I just wanna add a couple of the albums onto my iphone but I ain't got the slightest clue what I'm supposed…
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
As description.. I'm using windows vista and I bought a DVD that contains the top 40 albums. I just wanna add a couple of the albums onto my iphone but I ain't got the slightest clue what I'm supposed to do. Been at it since 5pm and still none the wiser! Can anyone help :(
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Have you got a receipt?
#2
Erm.... Nope!
#3
Click file > Add folder to library.

Then navigate to the folder & click 'select folder'

After it's added to itunes sync your phone as normal




Edited By: spiderbifida on Dec 17, 2014 20:48
#5
spiderbifida
Click file > Add folder to library then navigate to the folder & click 'select folder'

That could work but I'm assuming the OP has already tried that.

Click on my computer and then double click on your DVD drive, what file types and structure do you see? It's possible that the albums are archived, maybe as .rar or .zip files so you'll need to extract them before iTunes recognises them. Then in iTunes do the above.
#6
Put DVD in computer
Go to my computer and open the DVD
Select the albums you want and copy them
Go to my document / my music and paste the albums
Open iTunes
Select 'file' in top, left corner
Select 'add folder to library'
Navigate to the folder that you copied the music to (my documents / my music)
Select the folder containing an album, or you can select a folder containing multiple albums/songs
Click select folder
Music will be added to iTunes.
Plug in your iPhone and Sync
#7
Aww thanks all you fabulous techie people.. I shall give those tips a try and I'm sure it'll be successful..
Xxx
#8
Comment[quote=shatteredneon]Put DVD in computer
Go to my computer and open the DVD
Select the albums you want and copy them
Go to my document / my music and paste the albums
Open iTunes
Select 'file' in top, left corner
Select 'add folder to library'
Navigate to the folder that you copied the music to (my documents / my music)
Select the folder containing an album, or you can select a folder containing multiple albums/songs
Click select folder
Music will be added to iTunes.
Plug in your iPhone and Sync[/quote

Yeah, thank you, thank you, thank you!! Perfect 'idiots guide' and it worked!
You're a star!
#9
Ahhh another person on this site actively encouraging and participating in music piracy. Still amazed the moderators let this sort of thing happen.
#10
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ipswich78
Ahhh another person on this site actively encouraging and participating in music piracy. Still amazed the moderators let this sort of thing happen.


Please feel free to delete this post if I'm offending anyone. Sorry :(
#11
I thought you could copy music like this if you had bought it, as long as it's for own use

Edited By: deekie on Dec 17, 2014 23:40

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