Export your playlists and albums from iTunes (or from the new Music app on macOS Catalina) to any local fK k c \ol\ W 1der, external storage, SD card or USB drive! You can transfer easily your playlists to your car stereo or any other media player. Convert aac/m4a filesd I K D Z { + ~ P to mp3 for best compatibility with most sound systems.

With mp3 and aac converter. You can choo0 3 # N ; } Mse ij $ ) w 8 = : V xf you want to export your playlist to mp3, aac or keep the original files. Convert from any kind* of iTunes compatible audio file type (MP3, ALAC, AIFF, WAV).N % E

Export, convert, organc – ; g e @ a \ize your playlists and albums music files into folders and create the m3u file that let you play your playlist to any media player. For every album you can include a image file with album artwork.

You can browse and select which of youn ~ [r pb T d Flaylists or album` O K O 9 + ?s you want to export. See all playlist/album tracks with their meta| f U / ] [ 0 ddata without open the iTunes app.

You can also export the track list from any album or playlist to Excel, so you can create an excel ft } T F W b % 1 _ile with info about all your iT, 0 Tunesu r Z k + music.

Export for iTunes let you preview and export metadata like:

Title, Artist, Time, Album, Genre, File path, Kind, Bitrate

The app does not modify your iTunes library.

Export for iTunes is compatible wii 6 3 N ^ * 4 – )th iTunes 11 or above.

*Can not conT d K @ t +vert D% V @RM protected files.


Add support for Podcast9 * 8 H zs expo0 F zrt:

Just choose the shows and episodes you want to export.

You can also cre& d \ ?ate an excel file` U y 7 f 2 with a list of your podcasts (with metadata)

You can_ 5 Y only access downloaded episodes

If you have any question or pO y ; z U * U a yroblem contact me on [emailprotected]