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iPodpedia is the first book to show you everything that the iPod and iTunes have to offera€“from music to movies and beyond. Whether you want to get the most out of your iPoda€™s 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 Beginnera€™s 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 authora€™s 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.

Author:Michael Miller
Publisher:Que Publishing - 2007-04-26


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