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iPod supports only mp4 and h.264 video, you have to convert your downloaded video to iPod compatible video at first, then add the converted mp4 video to iTunes library, plug in your iPod to computer, sync your iPod with iTunes, that's all. If you need detailed info, here is a step by step guide will teach you how to put DVD and video to iPod http://www.dvdintoipod.com/how-to-convert-dvd-video-to-ipod.html You can get useful information by visiting Apple official site: http://www.apple.comContact me if you have any other question.
The only way to save the files is by connecting it to pc and storing them in a file. Try checking the usb connection inside the ipod. If there are any broken wires or solder joints, re-solder them or anything you can do to get it to connect.
Try connecting it, go to control panel, the ipod should be able to found on the I: drive.
Unfortunately the only thing I could do to rectify this problem was "restore" my iPod which essentially means deleting everything and resyncing again. Very frustrating! I found this would happen if I plugged my iPod into my work computer where I didn't have full admin rights to the machine. It was corrupting the main file iTunes reads to see the directories on the iPod. So if you happen to be plugging it into another machine this might be the cause of it happening as I haven't had the problem since I stopped plugging it into my work machine.
I would go ahead and do a system restore - this is a separate method from the resetting all settings. The restore will delete all songs and hoepfully replace any key system files that may have been lost, just in case too many were loaded onto player initially.
iTunes is totally a freeware provided by Apple to help you synchronize your iPod with your computer. But since iPod only support MP4, M4V formats, I think you may need software to convert videos. Here is a link to a step-by-step guide page: http://www.aimersoft.com/tutorial/ipod-video-converter.html Hope it helps.
My classic won't sync at all. When I plug it into a USB port a screen comes up on my ipod saying "connected" then within seconds it's replaced by another screen that says "ejecting"
It works fine on my son's PC and my wifes Mac. Just not on mine. I have disabled the firewall. Tried all the various USB ports. I know cable is fine cause it works on other computers. I have latest in ITunes and have service pak 2 with XP. So needless to say I have tried everything I can think of to resolve this. HELP!!!!