"Hi I have got a ipod touch 5th generation and i am trying to find out how you can transfer music from windows media player to Itunes. I have tryed looking on youtube but none of them worked I hope you can help me if you can please comment. Thanks millydaisyrose."
For iOS device users, they are able to transfer music from computer to iPhone/iPad/iPod touch with iTunes or other solutions. But most of them may don't know how to transfer music between iTunes and Windows Media Player. Actually people can easily finish the task with no need to use additional third-party applications. The following guide will show how to transfer music from Windows Media Player to iTunes and how to transfer music from iTunes to Windows Media Player.
Part 1. How to Transfer Music from Windows Media Player to iTunes
Step 1. Launch the installed Windows Media Player on PC and click Music library. And you will see all music files on the interface. Then choose the songs want to play in iTunes. Right-click on it and select Open file location.
Step 4. iTunes will ask you to locate the file or folder you want to add. Enter the file path you copied earlier in the address bar and select the music files or folders you want to add to your iTunes library. Click "Open" after making your selection. The songs you’ve selected will now be imported to your iTunes library and you can now play them in iTunes without limit.
Note: Since Apple's iDevice doesn't support music files in WMA format, so please be noted that if the music files contains WMA files, then you need to convert them to AAC format. Just follow the instructions and then you'll enjoy music on your iTunes library.
Part 2. How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Windows Media Player
Step 2. The "Music Library Locations" window will appear. Click on the "Add" button and locate your iTunes library which is usually located in your computer's music library. Click "OK" when you’ve added your iTunes library. Your Windows Media Player library should now include songs from your iTunes library
Note: Apart from transferring music between Windows Media Player, iTunes also allows to transfer music between iOS devices and itself. But non-purchased music files are not available. People need to use the third-party iOS data transfer tool to move them to iTunes.