If you are looking to transfer songs, videos and playlist from your iDevice (iPad, iPhone or iPod) to your Mac OS X iTune library then you will have to come across with very difficult situations. ITune does not provide facility to copy media files from other devices and the way to copy something or everything to back to your Mac computer then it is a little bit troublesome and you may sacrifice. You need a third party software because iTune does not provide facility to copy ot transfer iPod media files back to computer. I just recently suffered from this situation when I got a new computer because my old one completely crashed. So on a new computer, I downloaded iTunes and got a brand new music library.
I asked one of my best friend who keep more technical knowledge related to computer programs and application, about file transfer from ipod to Mac iTunes. Friend told me, iTunes can only transfer files to iPod, but it can not transfer media files automatically or manually, from my iPod to a computer or any other iPod, and I can not use iPod copy a music library from one computer to another. Managers of Apple are very concerned about privacy and copyright laws, so they make it very difficult to transfer music from iPod to a computer or iPod between different devices simply by using iTunes.
I thought it would be a good idea to make a tutorial for iPod fans who was confused how to transfer songs, videos, photos, etc. Playlist with iPod to a computer or iTunes! Well, luckily for me, I was not the only one faced with this problem, there were many other people who are stuck in the same predicament, and, as you already know, “where there is a will there is a way.” My friend suggested me to use iPad File Transfer Software to transfer iPad or ipod media files to computer. If the user is using Nikon digital camera then download Nikon Photo Recovery Software. I was very pleased with the success and really I achieved all music and videos through the use of this software on my computer. It helped to move all my favorite songs from my iPod to my new Mac iTunes library very easily. You may get authentic details of this useful tool that you might need in future on http://www.mts-recovery.com