When you accidentally delete music or videos in your iTunes Library, or you lost all songs and movies files after your reformat your hard drive, you might try to export songs from iPod to Mac (MacOS 10.12 Sierra and El Capitan included) to recover your iTunes library, only to find that there is no way to get these files back to your Mac. If you want to transfer you songs and videos to Mac, iSkysoft iTrasnfer for Mac ( for Windows) is a program that can help you copy iPod nano songs to Mac fast and conveniently.
dr.fone is an easy-to-use media transfer program for iDevice and Mac. It can auto detect the difference on music between your iDevice and iTunes, and intelligently copy only the missing files, including music, playlist, rating and play counts. Below is a tutorial about transferring songs and movies from iPod nano to Mac.
Note: iSkysoft dr.fone is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.11, El Capitan, MacOS 10.12 Sierra and the latest iOS 11.
How to Transfer iPod nano Songs and Videos to Mac or iTunes
Step 1: Launch iSkysoft dr.fone and then connect iPod nano to Mac: After connecting your device to Mac, this Mac app can smartly and clearly show you your media files in main interface of the program. Just as the image below, you can view the music, videos and photos information on your iPod nano.
Step 2: Launch Transfer songs and movies from iPod nano to Mac OS X: Click the "Music" or "Videos" button at the top of the main interface of the program, and the program will start scanning the music or videos. Select the media files you want, and then click the "Export to Mac" to transfer songs or videos to Mac