Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

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Migration from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools
Migration from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools
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Migration from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools
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With MusConv you can easily transfer all your music from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

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How to transfer playlists from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools?

You need to complete 3 easy steps to transfer playlists from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools:

1 Select Windows Media Player as the source service

Move from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

2 In the “Playlists” tab select playlists you want to transfer and click “Transfer”

3 Select Pro Tools as the destination service

Move from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

Enjoy a cup of tea while MusConv works for you 😉 Once finished, your playlists and songs will be available on Pro Tools.

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How to transfer albums from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools?

You need to complete 3 easy steps to transfer albums from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools:

1 Select Windows Media Player as the source service

Transfer albums from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

2 In the “Albums” tab select albums you want to transfer and click “Transfer”

3 Select Pro Tools as the destination service

Transfer albums from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

The transfer will start. Once finished, your albums will be available on Pro Tools.

How to transfer artists from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools?

You need to complete 3 easy steps to transfer artists from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools:

1 Select Windows Media Player as the source service

Transfer artists from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

2 In “Artists” tab select artists you want to transfer and click “Transfer”

3 Select Pro Tools as the destination service

Transfer artists from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools

The transfer will start. Once finished, your artists will be available on Pro Tools.

Alternative method to transfer playlists and tracks from Windows Media Player to Pro Tools:

  1. Select the source service as Windows Media Player
  2. Select the playlists you want to copy
  3. Press “Transfer” and choose CSV file as the destination service
  4. Select the source service as just saved CSV file
  5. Press “Transfer” and select the destination service as Pro Tools

This method allows you to backup all your music data to a CSV file and use it at anytime to import to Pro Tools.