iPod tracks to Desktop - Copy music off your iPod, from iTunes
Version: 2.2The script "iPod tracks ? Desktop" is installed in iTunes script menu.
Operating System: Mac OS X
This script will copy the selected tracks in iTunes (not Playlists) off your iPod onto your Desktop, easily.
If a file with the same name already exists in the destination then the user will be prompted.
The way I found to get tracks copied is my small hack, due to this the script has been saved run-only. Sorry.
The script "iPod tracks ? Choose..." is installed in iTunes script menu.
This script will perform the same action than the previous, but will let you choose in which folder you want to copy the tracks selected in iTunes.
The script "iPod tracks ? encode" is installed in iTunes script menu.
This script will convert the iPod selected track(s) according to the current iTunes conversion preferences, adding them to iTunes main library.
The script "iPod tracks ? iTunes Library" is installed in iTunes script menu.
This script will add the iPod selected track(s) in iTunes main library, and to a library named according to iPod's name. If iTunes preferences are set to copy files as they are added to the library, then files will be phisically copied in iTunes Music folder.
The script "iPod tracks (Prefs)" is installed in iTunes script menu.
This script will set up some preferences for the scripts listed above.
The script "Whole iPod Library ? Desktop" is installed in iTunes script menu.
This script will copy the entire iPod library to the desktop, regardless of its internal organization in subfolders. The copy could take a long time, in any case thee user can stop it with the usual Command-. keystroke.
What's New in This Release:
· The hack that finds out iPod tracks has been improved
· All file types are now copied, including Apple Loseless, WAV and possibly movies
· Fixed an issue preventing the script to work in some (rare) cases depending on iPod name
· New preferences (standard binary plist)
· Mac-Intel compatibility has been improved
· New names for the scripts, that include extension
· New installer.
· iPod Software 1.3
· iTunes 3 or later.