OS X 10.8 or later. Drag-and-drop one or more folders containing media files on this droplet (or double-click it to select a single folder via an open dialog); it will recursively add each file to iTunes and then distribute the tracks to playlists created on-the-fly and named using your choice of:
- the name of each file's containing folder
- the folder heirarchy containing the file
- the track's "Album - Artist" tags (if available)
If dropped files already exist as track entries in iTunes they will still be copied to the playlists. The same track will not be added to a playlist more than once.
Options are displayed after dropping a folder of files on the droplet.
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