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Burning Mp3's From Other Itunes Library


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Here is my problem: I want to use Toast 10 to make an mp3 disk using an iTunes playlist on another drive. It seems that the Media Browser only picks up an iTunes playlist on the "startup drive" and not on another firewire drive. When I start up iTunes, I can select other iTunes libraries by holding down the option key before I start iTunes. Is there a similar trick on Toast?

 

Thanks in advance for your time and patience.

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I am going to post this question, then continue looking for the answer in previous posts.

 

Here is my problem: I want to use Toast 10 to make an mp3 disk using an iTunes playlist on another drive. It seems that the Media Browser only picks up an iTunes playlist on the "startup drive" and not on another firewire drive. When I start up iTunes, I can select other iTunes libraries by holding down the option key before I start iTunes. Is there a similar trick on Toast?

 

Thanks in advance for your time and patience.

 

Interesting idea, at the moment there is not a way to force the Media Browser to open up another library. The following steps should help you accomplish your task though...

 

1) Launch iTunes with your second (or third) library

2) Launch Toast

3) From the iTunes window itself (the iTunes app, not Media Browser), drag a playlist into a Toast project

 

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