Serato to VirtualDJ

This guide will show you, step by step, how to convert your Serato library to a VirtualDJ library.

This guide is the same for Windows and macOS.


You need to have the following installed:

VirtualDJ needs to be started at least once.

You need an active Lexicon subscription. Basic is all you need. You can activate your subscription from inside Lexicon.


Converting from Serato to VirtualDJ is very easy, just follow these steps.

  1. Make sure Serato and VirtualDJ are fully closed.

  2. Open Lexicon.

  3. Go to the Sync page.

sync page

  1. Click the Import tracks & playlists button at the bottom.

import button

  1. Choose Serato DJ. Lexicon should automatically detect your Serato database.

serato dropdown

  1. Make sure Full is selected so your entire Serato library is imported.

full import option

  1. Click Start importing in the bottom right corner.

start importing button

Now your entire Serato library will be visible in Lexicon. That was part one of the process. The second part is to sync your library to VirtualDJ.

  1. Go to the Sync page again. This time we stay there and don't proceed to the import page.

sync page

  1. Choose VirtualDJ. Lexicon should automatically detect your VirtualDJ database.

virtualdj dropdown

  1. Make sure Full is selected and leave the other options on their defaults.

full sync option

  1. Click Sync to VirtualDJ in the bottom right corner.

![sync to virtualdj button(

After the process is complete, your Serato library will be fully converted to VirtualDJ.

All your crates are now playlists in VirtualDJ, including smart crates that are now filter folders. All your tracks, cues, beatgrids and other tags will all be there.


For details and conversion limitations, please see the manual.

Lexicon does a lot to minimize the limitations of each DJ app, for example, through Field Mappings.


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