What do you do when you have to add some music or movies into iTunes library? Well, the answer is obvious that you’ll open iTunes and visit music list or movies list accordingly and import the music or movies which you’ve wanted to import.
Instead of doing these (opening iTunes, visiting the proper music or movies list, and drag the files) , did you know that there is a hidden folder in Mac OS X which automatically does the same thing for you.
QUICKLY IMPORT MUSIC AND MOVIES STRAIGHT INTO ITUNES
Within Finder, Visit go > go to folder
Type this location in the field: ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/
Once you’ve reached that location, one of the folder you see is Automatically Add to iTunes.
Whenever you place any music or movie file inside this folder, it is automatically imported into your iTunes Library.
AUTOMATICALLY IMPORT DOWNLOADED MUSIC & MOVIES TO ITUNES
If you use any software to download music or movies, make its default download location to that folder. That means the downloaded music or movie will be automatically imported to your iTunes library.
Tip: You can make a shortcut of that file in your desktop. So whenever you like to add any music or movie, you can simply drag it into it.