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Renaming Tracks in iTunes


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Is it possible to rename tracks in iTunes?

I now have the problem of having multiple 'Track 01's'.

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Just click on the track name in iTunes and it should allow you to rename it.
If you are connected to the internet, you can also let the Gracenote CDDB get the track names for you when you import your CDs.

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Is it possible to rename tracks in iTunes?

I now have the problem of having multiple 'Track 01's'.

Thank you.
Just right click on the song and choose the "get info" option and bring up the info. You can change anything there.

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if you have no right click, it is ctrl+click.

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Also, if you need to change multiple tracks at once (such as fixing the artist or album), just highlight them all at once and do Get Info. This will let you make batch changes.
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oh! my favorite feature is "get cd track names." Highlight the songs you want, go to the "advanced" menu, and click "Get CD Track Names." This is will search the itunes database (online) and find the track names/album names/artist, etc. I love that feature, though not everything is on there.
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