Is there a way to "mark" all spanned songs to put them in a separate playlist?
I know that I can tell which files have been spanned to my external NAS by going into Tunespan and selecting the location icons, but I was wondering if there is a way to see that, easily, within iTunes itself.
Here's what I would really like to do. I'd like to create a playlist of ALL mp3s in iTunes that are on my MacBook Pro local drives and ANOTHER playlist of ALL mp3s in iTunes that have been spanned - so that I can have access to those playlists without having to open TuneSpan
Is that doable with some sort of smart playlist feature? Or a workaround.
I have a couple of reasons for wanting to do this - but one of them is that I don't want to select to play anything that I've spanned (when I am playing songs on the road and don't have access to my spanned drive).
I've thought of a couple of work arounds like creating a new iTunes folder, just of the items that have been spanned, and then tagging all of them 1BPM (I don't use that info). Then reopen the original iTunes library, mark all items and do a "get info" again (which would read the new 1BPM tag. Then I could create a smart playlist just of the items with 1BPM, etc.
But I was wondering if there was an easier way.