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Will 314 albums fit on iTunes?

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Just want to transfer all my albums on to iTunes? Would all 314 fit, or I just do a selected few?
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Just want to transfer all my albums on to iTunes?

Would all 314 fit, or I just do a selected few?
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Depends on how much disk space you have?
#2
As said above, itunes will hold infinite amounts, its up to your computer whether it has room or not.
#3
asayer
As said above, itunes will hold infinite amounts, its up to your computer whether it has room or not.


Cheers guys for the help. New to iTunes, just been listening to music through dropbox so far with my touch. I discoved the Remote app, and thought it was really cool. So just wanted to transfer all my albums, so where ever I am, I can just play what I like. I can just control the music from my touch.

Thanks again guys.
#4
dcx_badass
Depends on your computer, is this thread a joke?


Sorry man, I am a noob.
#5
It used to be 32,767 based on a simple algorithm (way back in iTunes 4), but if they kept the same algorithm and just increased the bits stored (from 2-bit to 3-bit) it would be at least 8million tracks possibly 80million...

314 albums is a water molecule in a bath of water.
#6
dcx_badass
Can only control your iTunes whilst on the same wifi, but yeah the remote App is cool.


Quality app, ideal for a house party.
#7
dcx_badass
Before you import the CDs go into itunes and change it to convert as mp3 and not the copy protected default.


You're in dream land, iTunes will not create copy protected files.

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