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Chapter 1. Getting Music Into iTunes > Importing Other Music Files into iTunes

1.3. Importing Other Music Files into iTunes

Not all sound files come directly from the compact discs in your personal collection. As long as a file is in a format that iTunes can comprehend (MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV, Apple Lossless, or Audible), you can add it to the iTunes music library by any of several methods.

Figure 1-10. Select the file you'd like to add to your expanding iTunes library with the File → Add File to Library command. In iTunes 4.8 and later, you can even import video files in the .mov or .mp4 formats and watch them right within your album artwork window. If you find the Fig Newtonsized screen too small, you can also watch videos in a separate window or in glorious full-screen view by clicking the full-screen icon at the bottom of the iTunes window (Section 4.6.1).



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