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iTunesFS 1.1.6

Allows you to mount the iTunes database and all your local iPods as file system.


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  • Last Updated: Dec 15, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: For MAC OS X 10.4 and 10.5

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iTunesFS is a MP3 & Audio software developed by mulle kybernetik. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for iTunesFS:

Edit by Brothersoft: iTunesFS allows you to mount the iTunes database and all your local iPods as a file system, using the excellent MacFUSE. Albums, Artists and all Playlists are exposed as directories, with their respective entries, allowing for painless backups.

A friend of mine wanted to Copy some files from an iTunes™ playlist to an external drive, but iTunes™ wouldn't allow her to simply let these files being dragged to the intended destination folder in Finder™. She asked me what she could do about it.

I thought about it for a minute, knowing that it wouldn't work with iTunes™ alone - but I realized that it's probably simple to code a solution. Even better than having a separate standalone application for it, I figured I could write a new FUSE file system - making use of the excellent MacFUSE project!

Enter iTunesFS, 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, version 1.1 adds support for iPod™s in the very same manner!

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