tuSync: for iTunes libraries

27 Dec 2012

tags: featured, tuSync, iTunes, copy, android, m3u

tuSync is a tool to sync an itunes library to any mp3 player like android devices.

Why?

i was looking for a solution to sync my iTunes library to my Android device for a long time.

Pros

tuSync is aimed to take your music library, have you select any number of playlists from it, and then sync every title contained in them into a chosen folder (or your mobile device). the files are still neatly organized into folders and don’t have any duplicates.

also, your playlists are exported into .m3u files, which get copied to the destination folder.

Cons

currently, only iTunes libraries are supported, but that should change soon.

if your library has duplicates, they will most likely be synced, too. will fix that once i get a report :D

Disclaimer

This program is far from finished. It may destruct your computer, your whole network or induce World War III. I am not responsible for anything this code does on your computer, your family or your cat. You are completely on your own, I probably don’t yet know myself how to solve any problems you might encounter (If I did, I would have fixed it).

License

tuSync is currently published under the GPLv3. http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl

Xmlwise, a nice helper for PList files which is used in tuSync, located here: http://code.google.com/p/xmlwise/ is licensed under the MIT license. http://opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
props to Christoffer Lernö for writing that thing.


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