Provides easy-to-follow instructions on how to perform twenty-four cool things with an iPod, including use it as a voice recorder, read email, install a different operating system, enhance audio quality, and more.You might want to keep it but remove it from your music library so that Party Shuffle or a Smart Playlist doesna#39;t play it for youaor so ... For example, to divide a four-minute song into two two-minute songs, first set a start time of 2:01, and then use the Convert ... Worse, iTunes doesna#39;t even transfer to your iPod any song whose tag doesna#39;t have artist, album, and track name, ... The iPod gives the song a temporary name consisting of its filename (without the extension), so you can access itanbsp;...
|Title||:||CNET Do-It-Yourself IPod Projects|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2006-11-16|