Scripts are gathered into these loosely defined yet easily navigable Categories:
Be sure to read the Download FAQ.
- Managing Tracks
- Scripts that perform sorting, ordering, counting and similar tasks with tracks.
- Managing Track Info
- Scripts that assist in changing, updating, editing track info (ID3 tag data), or perform other tasks based on track info.
- Managing Artwork
- Scripts that import, export, copy, and do other things with regard to album artwork.
- Managing Playlists
- A wide variety of scripts that automate the creation and/or management of Playlists and perform other inter-Playlist activities.
- Controlling iTunes
- Scripts that control the "mechanics" of iTunes, from playing tracks to converting files.
- Export Info
- Various methods for sending info about tracks and playlists elsewhere.
- Managing Files
- Scripts that organize or otherwise manipulate the actual files of tracks in the Finder.
- Control and manage tracks and playlists over your network.
- Interact with various online services, search engines and databases.
- These perform various tasks with iTunes and iPod, and sometimes iPhone and iPod touch.
- A-categorical scripts.
- With Other Apps
- Scripts that can be used by iTunes in conjuntion with other applications, such as browsers, sundry audio software, databases, and so on.
- Retro Scripts
- Old and In The Way scripts, either out of date or obsolete. For hardcore scripters, an archive-of-record. Not much use in modern iTunes.
- Missing Menu Commands
- This page lists scripts which perform simple navigation and selection routines. Use them with assignable shortcuts.
- Script Stats
- Lists scripts by Name, Recently Added, Recent Downloads, or Download Count (most downloaded)
- FAQ and Solutions
- Offers some answers to frequently asked iTunes/AppleScripting questions.
Other Handy Site Links
In each category, scripts are arranged latest-posted to oldest, top to bottom. When you find a script you want, click on the download button and downloading will begin.
Scripts for iTunes are saved in folders and then .zipped with the Finder's "Create Archive" command. You should only have to double-click them to un-archive them. SoundJam scripts are compressed StuffIt files that have been bin-hexed; that's just the way I did them originally.
Read here how to create a Scripts Menu in the iTunes menu bar.
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