How to Keep your iTunes Media Folder Organized on PC/Mac

It would be a mess if you download hundreds of songs, movies, or TV show on iTunes and never classify them. How to keep your iTunes media folder organized in easily? Here are 2 easy methods for you.

Method 1. Take Good Advantage of the “Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized” Option

The “Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized” Option helps you to make changes to a song’s tag data within iTunes. It changes the directory/file name to match the tag data.

Step 1. Find and open the Preference setting on iTunes
Windows: Hold down the Control and B keys on your keyboard to open the iTunes menu bar, then choose Edit > Preferences.
Mac: From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, choose iTunes > Preferences.

Step 2. Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized
On the Advanced tab: Select Keep iTunes Media folder organized to put your files into folders based on artist and album, and to name your files based on the disc number, track number, and song title.

More tips: Find your iTunes library files on your PC/Mac
Windows 7 or later: Open C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
Mac: Make sure that you’re in Finder. From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, choose Go > Home > Music > iTunes.

Method 2. Batch Rename iTunes Songs

First of all, we are in need of a third-party tool – Apple Music Converter, which is specially designed for iTunes.

Step 1. Launch Apple Music Converter in your PC
Step 2. Set Custom Format for Output File Name
Now go to “Options” > “General” > “Output Files”. Here you can choose an output pattern for your output iTunes songs. For example, you can custom the audio files as “Title” + “Artist” + “Album”. You can adjust the order as you want.
In “Output Settings”, you are able to choose P3, AAC, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, or MKA as the output audio format.
Step 3. Click Convert button to output iTunes Songs
Done!

Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized

With Apple Music Converter, you would find it much easier to deal with iTunes music than you could even imagine. It is capable of converting, renaming, tagging iTunes music and so on. You can download the free trial version below and have a try.

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