If you import media into i Tunes from a CD, it's automatically added to your i Tunes Media folder.If you add media to i Tunes another way, such as choosing "Add to library" from the File menu or by dragging an MP3 file into i Tunes, it might not be added to your i Tunes Media folder.
Click Toolkit, then hit i Tunes Library, a window will pop up.
You can see the whole i Tunes Media Folders, including Music, Videos, Podcasts, TV shows, Audiobooks, and i Tunes U tabs.
From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, choose On the Advanced tab of i Tunes Preferences, you can choose where you store and how you organize your i Tunes media files.
On the Advanced tab, look in the box under "i Tunes Media folder location" for the location of your i Tunes Media folder.
Press one of the tab, corresponding files will be listed on the main window.
Simply choose the files selectively you plan to transfer and hit Transfer to device or Export to PC button.For more detailed information on encoding audio files, check out this article on encoding.Once the import is complete, the tracks on the CD should now be files on your computer, usable both in i Tunes and Serato Software (given you have the Read i Tunes Library option checked in Serato software) If you already have audio files on your system, importing them into i Tunes is easy.In addition to simply creating and keeping track of your libraries, Power Tunes also offers many additional features to help organize your music.Users can copy music back and forth between their libraries while maintaining all their ratings, play counts, and other information stored in i Tunes.By default, these files are in your i Tunes folder.