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Library Management

  1. Moving Your Library and Crates to a New Computer or Hard Drive

    Moving Your Library and Crates to a New Computer or Hard Drive
    This article has been kicking around the forums at Serato.com for some time now, but we felt it could use a revival. If you're new or old to digital DJing, at some point in your DJ career, you will inevitably need to move your Serato Software library to another computer or to another hard drive. This article covers the following common scenarios...
  2. How-to Consolidate Multiple Scratch Live Libraries

    How-to Consolidate Multiple Scratch Live Libraries
    As hard drive storage space increases and the price for larger drives drop, the urge to consolidate everything to one drive is growing. This Rane Knowledge Base article will walk you through the process of properly consolidating Scratch Live libraries from multiple hard drives onto a single hard drive. Before attempting to move stuff around on your own, we highly recommend following...
  3. Preparing and Analyzing Files

    Preparing and Analyzing Files
    Over the next few weeks, we'll be highlighting library management articles currently available on the dj.rane.com Product Knowledge Base page. To start things off, we should begin the with the most important first, Preparing and Analyzing Your Files. Before playing music in Serato, it is essential to analyze your music. The Analyze Files function processes the music in your library to detect...
  4. Lowering Memory Usage & Keeping a Tidy Serato Library

    Lowering Memory Usage & Keeping a Tidy Serato Library
    Serato is working extremely hard on library management, which will improve over time, but currently there are limitations. 32-bit applications can only access a certain amount of virtual memory space, regardless of what you may have installed in your computer. Understanding these limits and the variables helps reduce your chances of running into memory issues. Computers require a certain amount of virtual...

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