iTunes is a free app for Mac and PC. It is a combination of media player, media library and mobile device management. It is designed by Apple Inc. to download, play and organize audio and video sources on computers running OS X or Windows system.
Through the iTunes store, users can download various sources such as music, videos, movies, TV shows, etc. Users can also download apps for their iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
As a media library, iTunes also allows users to sync local contents such as music and videos kept on Mac or PC to its media library. Before syncing local contents to iTunes, please make sure that your local contents are compatible with iTunes in format. Until now, iTunes supports the formats of MP3, AIFF, WAV, AAC, Apple Lossless and Audible.com (.aa).
How to sync local contents to iTunes on Mac/PC?
Step 1. Run iTunes
Download iTunes online, install it on your Mac/PC and run it.
Step 2. Import your local contents from Mac/PC to iTunes.
For Windows users:
On the main interface of iTunes, click “File” on the top menu to follow “Add File to Library” or “Add Folder to Library”.
For Mac users:
Click “File” on the top menu to follow “Add File to Library” on the iTunes’ main interface, and select the music, video or folder that you want to add.
Step 3. Choose the file or folder you want to add.
If your iTunes is set to “Copy files to the iTunes Music folder when adding to library”, it will copy all file content to the iTunes Music folder. If you want to change this setting, please go to the “Advanced” tab for adjustment.
If you got videos in Blu-ray, DVD or Video_TS folder files, FLV, MKV, WMV, VOB, H.265 or torrent movies that can not add to iTunes successfully, take a try with Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate (for Windows) or iMedia Converter for Mac to rip and stream your videos to the video format supported by iTunes.