When i plug in my 30GB I-pod video i tunes will pop up and i have no problems syncing the music on to it but It wont sync my music videos, iv tried putting the videos in a playlist and syncing them that way but it wont work. can you help me!?
IPod accepts only MP4 format video, If your vide is MP4 video, please follow these steps: 1. Open iTunes and click "File" to add your videos to iTunes library. 2. plug in your iPod Nano to computer, then iTunes will detect your iPod Nano as a device. 3. Select your iPod Nano device on the left panel of iTunes, click "Movies" tab, check the videos you want to sync and click "Apply", done.
If your video isn't MP4 format, you need third party software to convert video to MP4. You may try an iPod converter developed by Aimersoft; it can convert videos to iPod Video and iPod Nano, iPod Touch and iPod Classic with fast conversion speed and excellenrt output quality, that's really good for me, you can have a try, here is its official free download link http://www.aimersoft.com/ipod-converter-suite.html Hope it helps.
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You will have to create a I tunes account in order to update the bios and drivers.
After you install I tunes to your computer then connect your I Pod to the computer with I tunes running using the data cord.
Then I tunes will sync with your player and then you will be able to update the I Pod.
It will ask you if you want to sync with this computer....you will reply yes.
You can then add all your music, pictures, videos into I tunes and the I Pod will then be recognized by the computer as your souce computer.
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you have to get into the I-Tune and check mark everything you want to send over to I-Pod, then it should. When you are in I-Tunes you have to click on the left where your I-Pod is and click on the different tabs and add all the thing you want it to sync
hi cars, -run the i tunes in ur computer. -add music to the i tunes library. -connect ur i-pod with the data cable provided. -thn the i tunes will detect the i-pod. -then click on it. -copy and paste the songs from your computers music library of i tunes into ur i pod. after u r finished, click on disconnect. and -remove ur ipod from the cable.
You need to set your iPod to update manually, instead of syncing automatically when you plug it into the computer.
To do this, plug your iPod into your computer, and on the iPod info screen that pops up in iTunes when your iPod is connected, click "Manually Manage Files." You'll now have to click and drag your songs from your library to your iPod, but now you can also play songs on your computer directly from your iPod and delete songs from your library without deleting them from your iPod at the same time.
your computer has its own personal i-tunes for your i-pod and all your music is saved to that computer so if you plug your i-pod into someone elses computer it will eighther sync all thier music to your i-pod or it will erase all the music on your i-pod they dont have on thier computer...my sujjestion is to buy a plug in to the wall charger for your i-pod if your barely home to charge it. that way you keep your music yet charge your i-pod to.