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OS 10.4 - Where does OSX put my iTunes playlists?


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My new MacBook is 10.5.4, and my previous desktop 10.4.7. I have all the data from that computer available to me, and I'm building a new profile (rather than just working from an imported old one). I was able to import all my iTunes music successfully. Tell me please, where is the data containing my playlists for iTunes? So i can copy it over.

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How to use your iPod to move your music to a new computer
How to back up your media in iTunes
Back up your iTunes library by copying to an external hard drive
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Thanks so much Technologist. Those are great references but i can't copy via my iPod it's a shuffle, and don't really need to put my whole library on a DVD as it's all already on my HD, no problem. iTunes loaded it, i just need to know where iTunes would store my playlist info in my old profile if possible, so i can drag it to my new one. Thanks to anyone who has this information. Peace.

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