Stuff a thumb drive with songs from your iTunes library.
M3Unify is a flexible file exporter and M3U playlist creator that will allow you to off-load copies of your iTunes songs to a user-chosen locationseparate folder, external drive, USB thumb drive, SD card and so onthe way you and your audio player want.
M3Unify can archive playlists and audio files to a folder, volume or portable media and includes options to create Artist/Album sub-folders, rename files, convert to AAC (or MP3 via iTunes), export album artwork, and more.
With M3Unify you can:
- Copy files of tracks dragged from iTunes to a selected folder
- Rename copied files using substitution patterns based on track tags
- Create Album or Artist/Album sub-folders based on track tags
- Export album artwork as "folder.jpg" files, one per Album sub-folder
- Create an M3U playlist
- Format M3U Extended track information using substitution patterns based on track tags
- Optionally convert files to AAC files (or MP3 files via iTunes)
Plus, M3Unify features:
- M3U preview
- Track information and auditioning
- Uncluttered, easy-to-use interface
- On-board and online help
- OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or later
- Compatible with OS X Yosemite
- iTunes 11 or iTunes 12
- Gatekeeper Security: M3Unify is signed with an authorized Developer ID
Updated in version 1.3.3:
- Additional support for iTunes 12.2
- Fixes an issue whereby dragging tracks from a playlist in iTunes' new "Playlist" view fails
- july 4, '15
This update is free for registered users of M3Unify.
Updated in version 1.3.2:
- Fixes issue with "Refresh"
- Accommodates changes in iTunes 12.2
- Fixes sticky progress indicator under OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)
- Preliminary support for OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) beta
- Adds warning for downloaded "Apple Music" files. Manipulating these files may be a violation of Apple Music's Terms of Service.
- july 1, '15
Updated in version 1.3.1:
- Addresses rare issue whereby .m3u extension may not be appended correctly
- Performance improvements
- june 11, '15
Updated in version 1.3.0:
- Optionally export tracks' album artwork image data as "folder.jpg" to Album sub-folders
- Adds field to provide user-entered name for exported artwork
- Adds Preference to restrict dimensions of exported artwork
- Fixes issue when protected audio cannot be exported as MP3
- Speed improvements
- may 18, '15
PayPal users: Payments made by PayPal eCheck will take up to 5 business days to clear. As soon as your eCheck clears with PayPal your registration code will be emailed to you. (Your payment will be by eCheck if you do not have a credit card attached to your PayPal account or your PayPal account is "unverified".)
Web mail users: There is a likelihood that emails from me will be routed to your spam or junk mailbox. As soon as you receive the PayPal confirmation, check these mailboxes for the email containing your registration code. Otherwise, if you don't receive your code, let me know; it may take me a day or two to manually send you a code.
If you have any problems, ideas or suggestions, please email me.
My name is Doug Adams,
dougscripts at mac dot com.
This application uses reasonable precautions to protect your data, but that is no guarantee against unforseen situations on your computer. While no files can be affected by this software, I make no guarantees to this application's effectiveness on your computer and cannot take any responsibility if something goes wrong while using this application.