Whether this media item's rating is computed (calculated from its album rating).
If the user has rated an album, all tracks within that album that have no rating will receive the album rating by default. The user can override the ratings by supplying actual ratings for each track.
Obtaining Information About This Media Item
The title of this media item.
The title that iTunes uses when it sorts media items by title.
Information about the artist associated with this media item.
The name of the composer associated with this media item.
The name that iTunes uses when sorting by composer.
If this media item is a podcast, this property contains the podcast start time.
If this media item is a podcast, this property contains the podcast stop time.
If this media item is an audio track, this property contains information about the corresponding album.
The genre associated with this media item as specified in the metadata of the file or by the user in iTunes.
The iTunes-specific string representation of the kind of this media item; for example,
"MPEG audio file" or
This media item's media kind. See the ITLibMediaItemMediaKind enum for a list of possible media kind values.
The size in bytes of this media item.
The length of this media item in milliseconds.
The track number of this media item within its album.
If this media item is a podcast, this property contains the category of the podcast.
If this media item is a podcast, this property contains the description of the podcast.
If this media item has associated lyrics, this property specifies the content rating for those lyrics. See the ITLibMediaItemLyricsContentRating enum for a list of possible lyric content ratings.
The date when this media item was added to iTunes.
The date and time this media item was last modified in iTunes.
The bitrate of this media item in kbps.
The sample rate of this media item in samples per second.
If this media item is an audio track, this property contains the Beats Per Minute (BPM) of the audio.
The number of times this media item has been played in iTunes.
The date and time this media item was last played in iTunes, or nil if this media item has not been played.
The location of this media item if available.
The artwork of this media item.
Any comments associated with this media item.
Whether this media item was purchased from the iTunes store.
Whether this media item is a video such as a TV show, video podcast, or movie.
Video information (such as width and height) about this media item, if it is a video media item.
The year when this media item was released.
The Mac OS file type of this media item (deprecated).
The number of times the user has skipped this media item in iTunes.
The most recent date and time when this media item was skipped in iTunes.
The volume normalization energy applied by iTunes to this media item in order to bring the average or peak amplitude to a target level.
Whether the user has disabled this media item in iTunes.
The grouping of this media item as specified in the metadata of the file or by the user in iTunes.