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How do you export your podcast list from itunes on one computer to another itunes account?

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I just got a new computer and I'd like to export my podcast list from itunes on my pc to my new mac.  How do I do this?
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  1. make sure that both your Mac and Windows machine are connected to a network switch
  2. On your Windows computer, make sure file and printer sharing is active and allowed thru the Windows firewall
  3. Know the IP address of your Windows computer
  4. On your Mac switch to the finder
  5. on your Mac press CMD+K
  6. in the window that appears, type smb://IPofYourWIndowsComputer/c$
  7. A window will appear for username and password
  8. Enter your Windows username and password
  9. Double click on Documents and settings
  10. Double click on the username that will be using the music on your Windows machine
  11. Double click on the music folder
  12. Now press CMD+N to open a new window on your Mac
  13. Browse to the Music library on your Mac
  14. Drag the music directories from the Mac to the Windows Machine
  15. When it is complete, logon to your Windows computer
  16. Make sure of course that you have iTunes installed, scan your Musci directory on the Windows computer for music
  17. You are done.
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