iPodpedia is the first book to show you everything that the iPod and iTunes have to offerafrom music to movies and beyond. Whether you want to get the most out of your iPodas music playback, create your own playlists, edit your music info and album art, convert your home movies and DVDs to iPod videos, listen to audiobooks and podcasts, or just unfreeze a frozen iPod, iPodpedia will show you how to do it. Michael Miller has written more than 75 non-fiction how-to books over the past two decades, including Googlepedia: The Ultimate Google Reference, Absolute Beginneras Guide to Computer Basics, How Microsoft Windows Vista Works, How Home Theater and HDTV Work, Tricks of the eBay Masters, and YouTube 4 You. His books have collectively sold more than a million copies worldwide, and he has established a reputation for offering real-world advice about complicated topics. More information can be found at the authoras website (www.molehillgroup.com) and at iPodPedia: The Blog (ipodpediatheblog.blogspot.com). Category Digital Music Covers iPod and iTunes for WindowsAr and MacAr Level Intermediate to AdvancediPod Slideshow Settings Sietiirig De-suiptidn lime Per Slide Determines hew leer; each ehete is displayed in the ... Me n ual its use manual advante en ly. ltlesiit Determines which playl ist litany] ydu want te play while viewing yuur slideshmvs. ... To connect your iPod to a television set, you need to purchase Applea#39;s iPod AV Cable ($19), shown in Figure 10.6, or a similar cable from another manufacturer.
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