(They do NOT move out of the Music Library)Repeat until done.
Then delete all the subdivisions that you did not make. Create a Playlist for each album and drag each track, from the library and not from the i Tunes created subdivisions, into the correct playlist. In the i Tunes Preferences, switch to Advanced and check "Group compilations when browsing".
I entered the location of my i Tunes media folder (i.e. I have my music share as a drive on my desktop (Finder, connect to server, smb://ds214Play) Anyway, since I did not want to duplicate the music files I unchecked the first three options in i Tunes, preferences, advanced: 1) keep i Tunes media folder organized, 2) copy files to i Tunes media folder... When I add new music to my library I copy the music to my disk station Music share and in i Tunes I click, file, add to library and it automagically opens up my disk station Music share, from there I select the folder I want to add and I'm good to go, I do not know if this will help you, but this is what I did with my music library. -Have you Run Disk Utility and done Disk First Aid and Disk Permissions repair (you might have to start off another volume to do the repair justice).-How big is your music Library? -Does the user copying the files to NAS have full R/W access?
First, I went to the package center on my disk station and installed the i Tunes music server. i Tunes_Mac In i Tunes I went to preferences, advanced. That 50 error is generic indication of a move, copy, delete error. Issue could be as simple as you not enough band width to copy so much in one chunk or above mentioned disk repair.
I have just converted my music library from windows media player to itunes.
Itunes has sub divided many of my albums that contain more than one artist into separate albums.
During the move (whether copying the files over or using i Tunes) the move fails due to error 50. As I am sure your aware were up 10.12 Sierra the it is not uncommon for folk to stay on 10.11 for a while Sierra maturers. If you your computer supports it would be a good idea to jump to a much higher version of MAC OS.-Can you tell us how you're copying the files? I've tried moving the files several ways: mounting the device as a server and using Finder to copy, used i Tunes to change the library location and consolidate music function, and using the web interface to the NASI am connected via an apple base station Yes, the files are on an internal drive I have not run the disk utility.
Is this basestation wired or wireless connection to your ISP router/cable modem etc.how do i combine these sub divisions back into the original compilation albums? I have just converted my music library from windows media player to itunes. This shows all your tracks without them being shown in these "subdivisions", known as Playlists.Itunes has sub divided many of my albums that contain more than one artist into separate albums. If all your tracks have the name of the album included already, you can use a Smart Album to gather all the tracks of a particular album together.Once you have done that, you can delete the i Tunes created subdivisions. The "part of a compilation" and "group compilations" tip is the correct way to manage multi-artist albums.
Does that help PSelect the tracks that should be listed together as one album. That's the reason why Apple added those features to i Tunes.The only way to get it to shut down is to hold the physical power button down till it shuts down. Forum rules 1) This is a user forum for Synology users to share experience/help out each other: if you need direct assistance from the Synology technical support team, please use the following form:https://account.synology.com/support/support_form.php?(I have a couple of albums of 'Favourite Movie Themes' and every track is a different artist - so annoying when itunes split them up into 30 small ones)I will try all of the suggested solutions too. Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly Since upgrading to Windows 10 my computer won't shut down properly.