ITunes 6 and iPod for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide

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Peachpit Press, Dec 2, 2005 - Computers - 99998 pages
Got a new iPod? Need to master it and iTunes fast? Try a Visual QuickStart!

This best-selling reference's visual format and step-by-step, task-based instructions will have you up and running with the leading digital audio player and music store/jukebox in no time! In this popular guide, leading technology experts Judith Stern and Robert Lettieri use crystal-clear instructions and friendly prose to introduce you everything you need to know about getting the most from the latest iPods and iTunes 6. Filled with step-by-step, task-based instructions and loads of visual aids and tips, this book explains how to add music, videos, audiobooks, and podcasts to your iTunes library; synch your iPod to your computer; create and share iMixes; burn custom CDs; watch and make videos for the iPod; show slideshows on your iPod; understand Smart Playlists and AAC encoding; manage a Music Store account; use your iPod as hard drive, address book, and alarm clock; and more!


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Populating Your Library
Playing Music and More in iTunes
Playing Music on Your iPod
Creating and Using Playlists
Burning CDs and Other Discs
Beyond the Basics
Managing Your Library
Customizing Your iPod
Using the iPod As More Than a Music Player

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About the author (2005)

Judith Stern is a digital media specialist and instructional technologist. She works for Educational Technology Services at the University of California at Berkeley, where she's a product manager responsible for bringing new Web video and audio tools to Berkeley's learning community. Robert Lettieri works for the Space Sciences Lab at UC Berkeley as a systems administrator and is a freelance graphics, multimedia, and usability consultant. Together, Stern and Lettieri are the authors of various books and articles on digital media, including all of
Peachpit's QuickTime and iTunes Visual QuickStart Guides.

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