Apologies if this is a silly question with an easy answer, but I've been racking my brain trying to figure out how to fix my files, and this is the best I can come up with.
Basically, my MusicBee source files are a mess. They're all over the place, and there's duplicates here, doubles of my playlists there. Whenever I sync my phone (which is my mp3 player) to MusicBee I inevitably end up with a bunch of extra files on my phone, and really messy playlists.
So basically I was wondering if I can export my MusicBee library to a new location, with the idea being that MusicBee would create a clean copy of all the files it's using, to a new location (I have a LOT of local storage space to play with here). Then, I delete all of the messy crap MusicBee is currently using to get my music, and recreate my library from the new, clean export MusicBee made.
This is probably a really roundabout way of doing this, but I'm at my wit's end with trying to figure out where everything MuiscBee is reading from is located.
Is there an easier way to do this, too? Some other way to get a clean refresh of the files MusicBee is using, getting rid of duplicates ect while still maintaining my playlists? My biggest concern is losing my playlists, they're all several hundred songs long and rebuilding them takes ages.