Links to other resources
Apple Support Communities
A user to user support forum for Apple devices and software. You'll find me
posting there as
iTunes COM for Windows SDK
You'll need this if you want create or modify any scripts for iTunes for
Windows. As long as you have an Apple ID you can log into the
type iTunes into the search window-on the left. The entry for iTunes
COM for Windows SDK should be in the list of search results. If you
cannot use the link try this
alternate version online.
iTunes Folder Watch
A tool for updating iTunes with files you've added or removed from your computer
independently of iTunes. It can either be run manually or set to run
automatically as a task bar process.
A light & fast alternative media manager with some quite useful organisational
features. Plays & tags a wide range of audio formats. Auto-Tag from Web may help
correct mistakes/omissions in your tags. Auto-Organize Files
allows you to use your own naming conventions and folder structure rather than those imposed by iTunes,
Windows Media Player etc.
You're trying to clean up your library and you come across some obscure untagged
file that you just can't identify... The Picard Tagger will attempt to construct
an audio fingerprint of your track and compare it with an online database. A bit
like Shazam, but
for your PC and can work with multiple tracks.
A free source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several
programming languages, in particular vbScript, which I use for developing my
iTunes for Windows Scripts.
A tool to synchronise pairs of folders, an ideal way to create a backup of your
entire media library and keep it up-to-date.
A selection of scripts for Windows iTunes users.
Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes
A huge resource for Mac iTunes users.
Cross-platform audio fingerprinting.