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It is best to remove off all the files from your IPOD and then reset the player. Now using the media convertor for Apple ipods- itunes- you can convert and copy all the safe files to the player . Once done the player must work without hanging and if not there is fault within the memory or processor. Download itunes from the Apple website.
YouTube is a online streaming video sharing website where we can upload, view and share countless video clips through Youtube, but what happens if you find a video you really like and would like to save it to computer for offline viewing or to watch play it on a mobile device like iPod?
Unfortunately, we are limited only to streaming as youTube does not usually offer a download link for its videos. Well, here we have two easy-to-use ways that make downloading Youtube videos to iPod Touch iPod Nano iPod Classic, etc possible.
And this is a quick tutorial about how to save download Youtube Video to computer and get your favorite Video from Youtube to iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, it just includes 3 parts: 1.How to download Free Youtube Video 2.How to convert Youtube Video to iPod 3.How to put Youtube Video on iPod Click here to read more on "how to download free Youtube Video on iPod"!
Try to transfer them from your computer and dont copy from one playlist to another..
Also make sure that you transfer the songs from one to another ipod using the same computer.. Maybe this is the problem
where did you get the vids from. it sounds like the codec used for the vid is not ipod compatable. you may be able to convert them using free software like anyvideo converter or ipod robot. i tunes can play them because it has a greater library of video codecs (anything installed on the system... almost)
I also had this problem. Bought a classic ipod and I wanted to transfer music and movies from my ipod 3rd gen. You would think that it could be done from the itunes - but no! You can't take stuff from the ipod and put it back onto your computer. So I eventually downloaded a software application called COPYGEAR. I found it on google and it was about the 8th application I downloaded and it worked. You only get a trial version for free but I only needed to use it the once. I hope this works for you.
well you need to use" itune" serch and download "itune" its free and easy to find rip the cd to "iutne" and frome there to your ipod "itune" is not a pice of cake but you will learn how to use it be patien and good luck you will need a lot....rate me please
YOu should use itunes. LIMewire is only trouble. The majority of hard drives and ipods i have to repair is because of the unfiltered garbage coming thru limewire. Now ipod will play universal formats, and you will need itunes to load music onto the ipod anyway as limewire cannot do that.