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31 Oct, 2013 07:12 PM
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I removed a bunch of dupes in my iTunes library with another program - but it looks like beatunes still thinks they are part of my library when I do analysis operations. How can I get it to rebuild it's database?
Also, can beatunes be used to analyze and fix music libraries NOT associated with my I tunes application? (I have multiple music libraries that I use with different apps and music servers)
* beaTunes: 3.5.16
* JVM: Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM
* Version: 24.0-b56
* Vendor: Oracle Corporation
* OS: Windows 7 6.1, x86
* Library: iTunes
* Memory: 92m - 256m
* Registered as: Mark Schaff
on 31 Oct, 2013 07:52 PM
beaTunes should pick up the changes in your iTunes library
automatically or after synching (via File ->
Synchronize)—provided that you are actually
working with an iTunes-based library.
Regarding your second question, beaTunes can also work with
libraries that are simply defined by a file system folder.
Please take a look at
—I think it may answer most of your questions.
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