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Lifehacker The newest version of Apple's media player, iTunes 4.8, now supports video and syncs calendar and contact information to your iPod. In addition to iTunes' superior music library management (fast search through multi-gigabytes, ratings, Smart Playlists, etc), now you can drag and drop video files onto iTunes and add to playlists, convert to MP3 and assign ratings. iTunes can play the video file (Quicktime only) full screen (use the button on the lower left hand side) or within the song artwork panel. You don't need an iPod or a Mac to use iTunes - free download from Apple, Mac or Windows. UPDATE: iPodLounge reports that "Apple has made a select number of music videos available for download as bonuses to single or album purchases at the iTunes Music Store.

iPod Diagnostic Mode iPod into Diagnostic Mode Quickly find out if your iPod has a hardware problem Even though you are probably not aware of it, virtually everything you own, which uses electricity, has a diagnostic mode. Everything from your cell phone to your dishwasher can tell you what is wrong with it, or at least give you a clue, if you know the secret combination of buttons to push. Yet another iPod manager - Downloads This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Have you read this? Please feel free to read the online documentation to learn how to use the basic and advanced features. Before downloading please note that I won't provide email support because of the huge number of emails received daily but in the FAQ and forum you'll also find answers to most common problems and error messages. YamiPod will be updated to keep it updated with latest iTunes versions.

Feature: Download and Listen to Free Music on the Web SExpand Click to viewHey, I know you. RIAA lawsuits have scared you off P2P, but the iTunes DRM is both too expensive and too restrictive for your tastes, right? Then it's time you head to the web. In the past year the number of web sites linking to free downloads and streaming music has exploded, meaning there are more ways than ever to get your music fix.

How To: Fix iTunes - Download Squad It took quite a while for me to come around, but iTunes eventually changed the way that I listen to music (and download podcasts) on my PC. I was a long, long, long time WinAmp user, and until iTunes released a version that minimized to my system tray, and I could find a way to control iTunes with keyboard shortcuts, I wasn’t interested. Well, the first problem was dealt with a while ago, and for my second problem I found iTunesKeys, a program dedicated to solving iTunes’ woefully missing keyboard shortcut access. But, after using iTunes for awhile, I realized that while Apple has given us an incredibly elegant and fun to use media player, its developers suffer from some serious delusions that iTunes users will never make mistakes, or decide to delete songs. I can’t quite fathom why you would have an application show a [!] symbol when it finds a missing file, yet offer no way to actually remove the reference to that missing file.

Playlist: Moving music off the iPod Editor’s Note: The following article is excerpted from the second edition of the Macworld iPod and iTunes Superguide, a 78-page, $12.95 PDF with the very best iPod and iTunes information from the experts at Macworld and Playlist. This new edition, updated for iTunes 7 and Windows compatibility, shows you how to import music from CDs, cassette tapes, and LPs, organize and manage your music files, convert DVDs for playback on a video iPod, and more. In this excerpt, senior editor Christopher Breen looks at moving copies of your music from an iPod to your computer.

A Recording Engineer's Guide to the Secrets of iTunes and iPod Home Donate New Search Gallery Reviews How-To Books Links Workshops About Contact A Recording Engineer's Guide to the Secrets of iTunes and iPod © 2012 KenRockwell.com This free website is supported by you using any of these links, especially these directly to Adorama, Amazon, B&H, Calumet, Ritz, J&R and eBay (see How to Win at eBay), when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thanks! Ken. March 2012 All Reviews Audio Reviews Apple Reviews

I get the "sad face iPod" on the screen of my iPod. Connect the iPod to a power source (computer/wall charger) Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons until the Apple logo appears, then... ...immediately switch to holding down the Select and Play/Pause buttons.

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