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SuperSync iTunes library tool updated to version 2.4

SuperSync, a iTunes library synchronization and management tool, has been updated to version 2.4. SuperSync lets users synchronize their music libraries between multiple computers over the internet. The latest version adds a dozen new features, including a new look for the user interface, support for .m4r ringtone files and Ogg Vorbis audio files, the ability to copy user-generated metadata such as volume adjustment, grouping, EQ settings, ratings, played counts and beats-per-minute, and an advanced iPod reader to aid in the downloading of music, video, and playlist content from an iPod. SuperSync 2.4 is available now for Mac OS X and Windows, and is priced at $29 for a 2-machine license. A demo version is also available.

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While this software is useful, descriptions of it are misleading:

Be advised that metadata—such as ratings—is only available when *copying* an iTunes database from one computer to another. At that point, the destination machine will be a duplicate of the source machine (or whichever subsets of the database you’ve chosen). Beyond that point, any ratings changes you make will *not* be available for syncing!

I’m not saying the software is useless, but it is far from the “complete” solution many users have sought.

Posted by Mark on June 2, 2008 at 2:03 PM (CDT)

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