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How to Rename iTunes Songs

Wilson Kent
BY Wilson Kent   
LAST UPDATED: Dec. 26, 2016

The songs and albums that you purchased and downloaded from iTunes Store come with their ID3 tags automatically. iTunes also enables you to rename the songs in your own way. This guide is going to tell you 2 easy methods to rename iTunes songs.

Method 1Rename Songs in iTunes Library One by One

Step 1. Open iTunes.

Step 2. Right click a song in the playlist and select "Get info".

Step 3. Then you will see a pop-up window below. Now rename the tracks in the "song" box.

Rename iTunes Songs

By doing this, you can rename the songs in your iTunes playlist one after another. However, you might feel tired and troublesome to rename every piece of songs one by one? Is there any way that you can batch rename any track in your iTunes playlist? Sure. Here is a detailed guide below.

Method 2Rename iTunes Songs in Batch

First of all, we are in need of a third-party tool – Apple Music Converter, which is specially designed for iTunes. With this software, you can easily batch rename your Apple Music songs and edit ID3 tags for the music files. Moreover, you can batch convert the music track into different audio formats (MP3, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, and MKA) and save them as your local music files.

Apple Music Converter – A Perfect Tool for iTunes

It would be much easier to batch rename iTunes Songs and organize iTunes playlist with the help of Apple Music Converter.

Step 1. Launch Apple Music Converter in Your PC

Why not download the free trial version and have a try first? Your iTunes playlist would be shown on the main interface of Apple Music Converter after you finish setting up the program.

Preview iTunes Music

Step 2. Set Custom Format for Output File Name

Now go to "Options" > "General" > "Output Files". Here you can choose an output pattern for your output file name. For example, you can custom the audio files as "Title" + "Artist" + "Album". You can adjust the order as you want.

In "Output Settings", you are able to choose MP3, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, or MKA as the output audio format.

Set Custom Format for Output File Name

Step 3. Convert and Output iTunes Songs

Click "Convert" to start the conversion. You need to wait for a while to get it done. The names of the audio files are well organized in your way.

Converting iTunes Music

This is all you need to do to batch rename your iTunes library. With Apple Music Converter, you would find it much easier to deal with iTunes music than you could even imagine. It is capable of converting, renaming, tagging iTunes music and so on. Now why not download it and explore it?


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