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HDX HARD DISK PLAYER iTunes Playlists For Mac OS X Supplement...
HDX and iTunes Playlists (Mac) Supplement In tr o du ction This document is intended to help users in making their iTunes library playlists on an Apple Macintosh computer available to Naim and NaimNet hard disk player and music server products (HDX, NS01, NS02 and NS03).
HDX and iTunes Playlists (Mac) Supplement 2 i Tu nes Scr ip t Se tup Opening the iTunes script (either from iTunes or the Finder) will run a “wizard” that handles the process of setting up the path maps on the Mac and the paths that the HDX will use (via Samba (Windows) File Sharing).
HDX and iTunes Playlists (Mac) Supplement If you have a more complex network setup requiring multiple mappings, click and you will be prompted to choose another folder on your Mac. Most of the time, there will only be one mapping, in which case you may click No. At the next prompt you will be asked to choose whether or not you want shuffle indication while the script is running.
HDX and iTunes Playlists (Mac) Supplement Now compare that path to the path the HDX uses to the same song. This will help you fill in the PC-style UNC pathname to map to the same folder on the Mac. To view the path names the HDX uses, open up the web interface when the HDX is playing the same song, then click on the field next the Location...
HDX and iTunes Playlists (Mac) Supplement After you have started the script (by releasing the mouse button), it will prompt you to choose a name and output location. As the script is running, if you enabled the option, then the shuffle button will blink on and off.
HDX and iTunes Playlists (Mac) Supplement You may select either the “Wizard” (as described previously), read the settings from a file, or display the current settings. If you choose to display the current settings, a dialogue with settings similar to those shown below following will be displayed. At this point you can simply quit or go through the wizard setup, or read settings from a file.