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 sensibly 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 lossy formats, export album artwork, and more.
Watch the video demonstration.
With M3Unify you can:
- Copy files of tracks dragged from iTunes or the Finder 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 or MP3 files
Plus, M3Unify features:
- M3U preview
- Track information and Quick Look auditioning
- Uncluttered, easy-to-use interface
- On-board and online help
- OS X 10.10 or later (may operate on earlier systems)
- iTunes 12
- Gatekeeper Security: M3Unify is signed with an authorized Apple Developer ID
- M3Unify does not work with Microsoft Windows
Updated in version 1.9.3:
- Fixes Services issue in macOS 10.12 and earlier
- Fixes UI issue when switching encoders
- Improved detection of missing/inaccessible XML file
- Other minor maintenance fixes
- March 4, 2018
This update is free for registered users of M3Unify. You should get it.
Updated in version 1.9.2:
- Fixes proportion issue with Info artwork well
- Fixes issue with sanitizing metadata from ID3 tag v1.x MP3 files
- Preference to remove dot-underscore files from FAT drives after copy/conversion
- Additional minor performance fixes
- September 16, 2017
Updated in version 1.9.1:
- Initial accommodations for macOS 10.13 High Sierra
- Fixed issue with user-created sub-folder pattern matching
- August 18, 2017
Updated in version 1.9.0:
- Adds enhancements to substitution pattern matching for user-entered sub-folder names
- Adds preference to pad disc numbers (separate from track numbers)
- Improves filtering for improper characters in source file metadata
- General performance improvements
- July 15, 2017
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If you have any problems, ideas or suggestions, please email me.
My name is Doug Adams,
support at dougscripts dot com.
Currently, I can only accept payments electronically via PayPal. For other payment options, please email me at support at dougscripts dot com.
This application uses reasonable precautions to protect your data, but that is no guarantee against unforseen situations on your computer. 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. If this makes you aprehensive then please be certain to backup your iTunes audio and video files before using.