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Transfer LimeWire videos to iTunes on Mac

Question:help, I have an iPad with Mac osX and can't get my songs,movies and games from limewire to iTunes so that I can play them on my new iPad. help please, thanks.


Here is the step by step guides on how to download LimeWire videos and transfer these videos to iTunes on Mac. You will find it much easy to accomplish the procession with only several clicks.


1. Open iTunes

Click on the iTunes icon located in the application dock.


2. Launch LimeWire for Mac

Download LimeWire for Mac and click LimeWire icon on the desktop to launch it. And then click "Add to Library" option from the "File" drop-down menu, which will open a window allowing you to navigate your Mac's hard drive.


3. Search downloaded video/music

Search through your various file locations to find the downloaded music. Depending on how you've configured your LimeWire application, downloaded music can be saved in several different places.


4. Transfer LimeWire video/music to iTunes

Double-clicking the file which you want to transfer . Or you can also click the file name once, highlighting it, and then clicking the "choose" button.
After a few seconds to transfer the videos from the LimeWire destination to your iTunes music library. Once it's completed, you can transfer the file to your specific playlist like iPhone, iPod or iPad.
However, sometimes you might come across the problems like the videos converted by iTunes have no sound. Because most LimeWire videos are muxed videos, which are converted by iTunes most probably lose sound. You can learn more information about it from Apple Support Center:

To solve this problem, you can refer to iPad Video Converter for Mac to convert LimeWire video to iTunes compatible format like M4A, MP3, MOV, MP4 and M4V on Mac.


Hope that helps.

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