Author Topic: Transferring from Windows to Linux  (Read 164 times)

GaveWrongEmailLastTime

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Hi, I have been very fond of how MusicBee directly took my iTunes library and let me import it without any effort having to reinput metadata for wav files, etc. I am contemplating a pivot from Windows to Linux but I am unsure about how I would either transfer the MusicBee library from Windows to Linux (and maybe how to install Linux on either a new machine with no installed software or an existing machine with Windows currently) with the same ease as switching from iTunes to MusicBee (e.g take a library file and read all the track information from a directory or set of directories, especially for wav and similar files that don't actually save info to the files themselves, including album art). If possible, be as detailed and step-by-step simplistic as you can. Thank you for giving me and many others what I used to love in iTunes in another form for so long.

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Please search the forum before posting.
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