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Connect your iPod, iPhone, or iPad to your computer.
When your device appears in the iTunes window (below Devices), select it and click the Photos button.
Select "Sync photos from" and choose an album or folder from the pop-up menu.
If you're using Adobe Photoshop Album or Adobe Photoshop Elements, you can export photos directly from those applications to your device by choosing Photoshop Album or Photoshop Elements from the pop-up menu.
Choose whether to move all your folders or albums, or only selected folders or albums.
To also move the full-resolution versions of these photos to your iPod, select "Include full-resolution photos."
Note: You should select this option if you plan to move the photos from your iPod to another computer. This option isn't available on iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad.
you can make a folder on your computer, then add your photos into this folder, open iTunes and set the photo destination to the photo folder. And then sync your iPod with iTunes, that's all.
For more tips about iPod, you may refer to this iPod FAQ.
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the way i delete my pictures off the ipod is i plug it in and go to tools then click folder options and then i select show hidden folders. and then click on ipod control, and then it will have all the pictures on there along with your music
First, make sure the pictures are in jpg format, and put the ones that you want on the iPod into a specific folder - you can even call it "iPod photos folder" if you want.
Then conenct the iPod to the computer, and then open up iTunes.
Left-click on the tab that says iPod Nano, if it doesn't come up automatically, and then select the Photos tab.
Select the drop down next to the line that says "Sync Photos from," and locate the folder that the photos are stored in.
It will add all photos that are in that folder to your iPod - may take several minutes depending on how many photos you are addding.
Once this option is selected, any photos that you add to this folder from here on out will be automatically added to the iPod whenever you connect the iPod to the computer.
On the iPod Nano, horizontally-biased photos display the best - wil ltake up the full screen of your Nano; but vertically-biased photos wil lstill show up.
Using iTunes, connect the iPod to the PC u are using and right click on the track. This should bring up an options menu and u need to click the tab that says artwork. If its not thier already, copy/paste the artwork in and if its a full album u want to do, hold shift while selecting multiple tracks and do the same. Then in iPod options, show aretwork..... Et Voila