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Re: black ipod 80 gig the fat one not the skinny...
ITunes cannot convert muxed video (muxed video means the audio and video are on the same track). muxed video converted by iTunes will lose sound. You can learn more about the problem from apple official document http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=302588 I like to use Aimersoft Video Converter for it has powerful function of edit like trim, crop, etc. Besides, it supports all popular formats like AVI, WMV, MPEG, 3GP, M4V, etc. You can free download it for try here: http://www.aimersoft.com/video-converter.html Hope to help you.
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How about try Aneesoft free video converter to convert the .Mp4 videos to iPod ,MP4 video, I can't tell the detailed difference between the Mp4 you have and iPod Mp4 video, but the Aneesoft free video converter have the output settings for iPod!
The iPod reset utility will reset your iPod shuffle back to it's factory settings. It works for the following shuffles: iPod shuffle (1st Generation) - iPod Software version 1.1.5, iPod shuffle (2nd Generation) - iPod Software version 1.0.3 The reset utility will fix the following issues. 1. The iPod won't play music and can't be restored using iTunes 2. iTunes won't see the iPod but you can see it under "My Computer" in windows or under Apple System Profiler on a Mac. 3. iPod shuffle (1st Generation) is identified as a device in "Recovery mode." iPod shuffle (2nd Generation) is identified as a "USB DFU device."
You have to have administrator privileges to run the restore software and it will wipe out all the information on the iPod (including all your music) and install factory software back onto it. System requirements are Mac OS X 10.3.9, or later, Win2k with sp4, Win XP, this won't work on Vista. Download the file for the program here: MAC http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/ipodresetutility102formac.html Windows http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/ipodresetutility102forwindows.html
Install the software onto your computer, plug your iPod into the USB port and run the reset program, it will ask for your permission to reset the iPod, answer yes and the process will proceed. After finishing the reset procedure then use iTunes or whatever software is used to access your iPod and load your music. Enjoy your toy!
only 3rd generation iPod nanos can play video, and the video must be mp4, you can use itunes to sync video to ipod nano, just follow those 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"
Check your video format and make sure it's compatible with the ipod. you can get a converter that will convert your video file for use with the ipod. Your ipod will play mp4 and H264 files with no problem
Just do a search for a "ipod video converter" on the net. You can download one free by using a P2P client like ares Galaxy
You might just have to convert the songs into a format that the ipod can read and play. Under itunes, just right click on a song that does not play on your ipod and click on the convert to mp3 option. Then transfer the converted songs to your ipod and it should work then.
I don't know it by model number but the generation are easy to define.
A first generation nano is either black or white. It is made out of the same material as a standard Ipod at the time. Comes in 1 gig and 2 gig only
A second generation nano is multi colored and made from a metal case. Similar in design to a mini. The edges are round as well. comes in 2 gig and 4 gig.
A third generation nano is a different size than 1 and 2. it has a bigger screen on it. Can play videos as well. Comes in 2 gig, 4 gig, and 8 gig as well.
How have they been encoded to MP4? If they havent been encoded in a format that is compatible to your type of iPod you will get problems. You could try opening iTunes right click on the MP4 and select "convert selection for iPod", iTunes should then convert it. If it tells you it is already converted I think your problems are with your iPod. Sorry. Also try converting the files to MP4 with something like Handbrake, I have found it good as you can select the output format yourself