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12. Sync and Share Media Files Using iTu... > How iTunes Organizes Your Content

How iTunes Organizes Your Content

Music, videos, apps, and other content you download from the iTunes Store land in their respective Source-list libraries—songs in the Music library, Hawaii Five-0 episodes in TV Shows, and so on. You’ll find copies of any songs or videos you bought in the Source panel’s Purchased list, a one-click trip to see where all your spare cash went.

But say you add files that don’t come from the iTunes Store, like videos you download from the Internet Archive (a great source of free, public-domain material, including ebooks, old movies, and years’ worth of Grateful Dead live concert recordings; go to www.archive.org). If one of these files ends up in the wrong part of the iTunes library, you can fix it so that it lands where it belongs—movies in Movies, podcasts in Podcasts, and so on.


  

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