How can I point DoubleTwist to correct iTunes library? The printed solution does not appear to work.
I have two iTunes libraries (one with old songs and one with new songs), each library is stored on a separate hard drive. I've imported both sets of songs so that iTunes sees my entire collection of old and new songs. I also backup each of those hard drives to two other hard drives (so a total of 4 hard drives). Upon installing DoubleTwist, it chose the backup hard drive for my old iTunes library as the source for syncing purposes. I would like to switch the source to be my laptop where iTunes resides and where my new songs reside. I found a solution online to change libraries by renaming incorrect iTunes Music Library.xml files (which I did on three different hard drives), but that did not change the sync itself. The wrong hard drive is still named in the syncing dialog box. Is there no other way to change the configuration of DoubleTwist syncing? Do I need to physically merge my iTunes libraries into a single library residing on a single hard drive to make it work (estimated library size would be 250+ gb)?
Our applications import information from the iTunes XML file. It will search for the XML in the default location. If it doesn't find a XML file in the default location, it will launch iTunes to query of the location of the XML file.
If an incorrect library is being imported, it's most likely an outdated XML file that's in the default location, which is why we ask users to search for and rename/delete old XML files. After removing outdated XML files, you may want to regenerate the XML file to ensure that it's the most current and up-to-date.
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