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Audio books are lying in "songs" folder

by lelemb / October 20, 2011 3:24 AM PDT

I have a number of audio books which are in my iTunes "songs" folder. How can I move them to my "Audio books" folder?
TIA

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In Windows?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / October 20, 2011 3:30 AM PDT

If this was Windows I would just select, cut and paste. That is the normal way of moving files around.

A safer way is to select, copy and paste, and then test whether the file in the new location works properly. If so, then it is safe to delete the original.

I assume that is the same in Macs and Linux.

Mark

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You can move files to Books library
by pmbrad / April 3, 2012 11:15 PM PDT

Move any file to the Books library by doing the following:
1) In iTunes, right click on file name and click "Get Info."
2) Click the "Options" tab
3) Under "Media Kind" click the drop down menu and choose "Audiobook"
4) I recommend checking the box for "Remember playback postition" so you can return to the place you left off automatically.

Your file should now appear in your Books library, and it should no longer appear in your Music library.

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