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Can I Import An Mp3 Shuffle Selection From Itunes?


Anglo

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I have repeatedly tried to import an iTunes shuffle playlist into Toast but cannot keep the playlist in the same order. If I try to assemble tracks singly (one by one) instead of block drag and drop, I still cannot get the play order I want and seemingly there is no way I can change this. Is this correct please or is there a solution I have missed? :angry2:

 

Some time later .....

..... I now notice that the arrow in the "name" panel enables you to keep the playlist as the original (I had mine pointing downwards so all tracks were in reverse order) and so assume now that any SINGLE track changes to the playlist order by dragging, still cannot be made in Toast!

 

Much later ..... I still find the act of transferring a shuffle selection from iTunes a major problem. I need to be able to burn an mP3 cd in Toast and need to get my tracks from iTunes but do not know how to keep the tracks in the same order after dragging across. I am assuming at this stage that iTunes is unable to burn a MP3 cd that displays all the track tags on my car audio.

 

After much frustration I now need to wait for some assistance PLEASE!

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You will need to burn this MP3 disc using iTunes instead of Toast in order to keep the tracks in the playlist order. Go to iTunes Preferences and choose the Advanced tab and then the Burning tab. Change the format to MP3. Close preferences, select your playlist and burn your MP3 disc.

 

Thanks, however prior to your reply and after a search in iTunes I discovered that I can indeed achieve this on a MP3 cd and show all tags on my car audio. :)

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You will need to burn this MP3 disc using iTunes instead of Toast in order to keep the tracks in the playlist order. Go to iTunes Preferences and choose the Advanced tab and then the Burning tab. Change the format to MP3. Close preferences, select your playlist and burn your MP3 disc.

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