September 1 2015 - 5:57 am

M3Unify v1.4.0

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 location, separate folder, external drive, USB thumb drive, SD card and so on, the way you and your audio player want.

M3Unify in action

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 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

I use M3Unify to regularly update thumb drives that I use in my car, as I explain in this video at YouTube.

This latest version adds the ability to create discrete "Artist" sub-folders (in addition to the previous ability to create "Album" sub-folders); a preference toggle to export tracks of compilation albums into a "Compilation" folder, as iTunes does; adds a "View Options" panel; additional support for OS X 10.11 El Capitan; and minor tweaks and performance enhancements.

This is a free update for registered users. It's free to try with a 15-track limitation and $5.00 to purchase. More information and video is on this page.

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