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iTunesFS Accesses iTunes Library From Finder

iTunesFS Accesses iTunes Library From Finder

Posted January 2, 2008 at 10:41am by iClarified · 6026 views
iTunesFS is a FUSEObjC based file system for your Mac, which makes all your iTunes playlists available as folders in Finder! And - not only that - as you can see in the screenshot below, it also has support for iPod's in the very same manner!

Now you can easily copy content of your iTunes library and your iPods in Finder or the Terminal - ideal for, err, backing up specific content. Whatever.

Version 1.1.6, released 2007-12-31, fixes the "not visible in Finder's sidebar" problem on Leopard. Also, there's a new NoITunes default which, if set, prevents the iTunes library from being displayed.

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