Individual files will adopt the file name format based on the disc number, track number and the song title.If you choose to prevent i Tunes from copying files to the i Tunes Media folder when adding items to your library, copying the entire i Tunes folder to an external drive won’t copy the referenced media files that live outside of the i Tunes folder.If the Advanced menu says "Turn Off Home Sharing" when you click it then Home Sharing is already enabled. Enter your Apple ID and associated password and click “Create Home Share.” Repeat these first four steps on each computer from which you want to copy content. The names of the other computers on which you have enabled Home Sharing will appear here. Click the first content category you want to consolidate and click “Import.” Available content categories will vary depending on the contents of that computer’s i Tunes library.
To locate the i Tunes folder on your Mac, choose Go → Home → Music → i Tunes in the Finder menu.
To locate the i Tunes folder on Windows, go here: Should you elect to have your i Tunes Media folder organized, i Tunes will place song files into album and artist folders.
Step 14: A dialog will pop up, requesting that you choose your i Tunes library. Step 15: In the Finder’s sidebar under the Devices heading locate the external drive and navigate to the i Tunes folder you just moved to the external drive.
Step 16: Click Open to continue.i Tunes will load and update the library file, if necessary, to reflect changed media file locations.
If your business has multiple computers and each has its own i Tunes library, it can become difficult to keep track of all of your content.