How to Clean Up iTunes Library
Your iTunes becomes clumsy and in a mess due to too many duplicate songs? Have a big music collection, but many songs miss ID 3 information, like artist, album, track number, genre, and more. Even though iTunes can download this kind of information automatically, mismatching happens from time to time. And album artwork, the important factor for better visual effect and management, is totally missing. What's worse, you need to repeat clicking a single song and waiting for its information to show every time. And also, you cannot take all the information to go with you when playing music in other players or transferring to portable devices. It's time to get your iTunes in order now. Here're two ways to iTunes Library cleanup.
To clean up duplicate songs and fix the missing music ID 3 info, there is a right tool for you. Wondershare TunesGo for Android (Win) or Wondershare TunesGo for Android (Mac) is easy-to-use iTunes cleanup software, helping to find out duplicate songs and the songs with missing ID 3 information and clean up them effortlessly.
Follow the Step-by-step Guide on how to Clean Up iTunes Library
Step 1. Download and Install TunesGo for Android on Mac and PC
Click the download button to download and install the Mac or Windows version of TunesGo for Android. Launch it. iTunes will be launched too. Then, this software will be shown on the right iTunes.
Step 2. Clean Up iTunes Library
In the primary window, go to Clean Up iTunes Library. Then, TunesGo for Android will automatically detects your iTunes Library and show you the result about the duplicate songs and songs with missing ID 3 info.
Click Clean Up. In the pop-up dialog, click Clean Up again. Then, TunesGo for Android begins cleaning up iTunes.
If you don't like using any tool and want to clean up iTunes duplicates yourself, you can try this way. Follow the step-by-step guide below.
Step 1. Run iTunes and click Music, Movies, Books, Apps, etc. under LIBRARY.
Note:The Steps to cleanup music are the same to cleaning up movie, book, app duplicates. Here, I just take clean up iTunes music as an example.
Step 2. Click View. In the pull-down menu, click Show Duplicate Items.
Step 3. All duplicate songs appears.
Step 4. Right click or control click a duplicate song. In the drop-down menu, click Delete. A dialog pops up, click Delete Song.