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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by lschul, May 7, 2007.

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  1. lschul

    lschul Thread Starter

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    I am using the most up to date iTunes and have a couple songs from the same CD that are listed separately. I re typed the album name but for some reason it lists them as separate entires. Any ideas?
     
  2. Deathhawk

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    Have you gone into the TAGS of the songs on your hdd and renamed them so that they are all the same album name-then itunes will see them as such

    Place cursor over song file>right click>properties>summary....then rename as required
     
  3. lschul

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    It's weird, I did that. When I open the file in my music both songs are in the same file...
     
  4. Deathhawk

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    I have had some songs where i have not been able to edit the tags...in the case of a whole album...i open the file containing all the songs and highlight them all together..then retag them just to make sure they are all under the same album name...then remove the album from itunes and reinstall the album again
     
  5. lschul

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    I will try it. Do you open the file in my music of my documents or in itunes?
     
  6. Deathhawk

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    i made my own folder up in my documents and moved all my albums there...i dont think it really matters though
     
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