The apps you need:
- DJ Conversion Utility (DJCU)
- Rekordbox, the free demonstation version from Pioneer's site will do fine.
What is converted?
- Hot cues with names and colors
- Saved loops with names and colors
- Various methods to assign cues and loops to the Rekordbox hot and memory banks
- (variable!) beatgrids
- Bpm (Beats per minute)
- Track color
- VDJ folder structure is translated into Rekordbox's folders and playlists structure
- All other metadata both platforms have in common such as star ratings, genre, artwork, title etc
You are in control
Select what combination of VDJ folders and sub folders needs to be converted:
- A few singled out VDJ folders containing a few hundred tracks which is converted in under a minute when emergency strikes
- Complex selections of both folders and sub folders after the spring cleaning of your collection
- Entire collection of thousands of tracks
Read what other artists sayReviews at the DJ Conversion Utility's Facebook page.
Supported operating system
- MacOS only (no Windows version planned)
Buy it here:
Youtube video tutorials
- There is no seperate conversion TO Virtual DJ.
Because VDJ can read Serato cues and loops and iTunes playlists/folders you can convert to VDJ by using DJCU's to Serato and iTunes conversion capabilities.