Provides information on using the iPod, iPod Nano, IPod Shuffle, and the iPhone, along with tips on getting the most out of iTunes.
iPodpedia is the first book to show you everything that the iPod and iTunes have to offer—from music to movies and beyond. Whether you want to get the most out of your iPod’s music playback, create your own playlists, edit your music info and album art, convert your home movies and DVDs to iPod videos, listen to audiobooks and podcasts, or just unfreeze a frozen iPod, iPodpedia will show you how to do it. Here’s some of what’s covered inside… • Using the iPod, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle™ • Apple’s new iPhone™ • Purchasing music and movies from the iTunes Store • Using iTunes to rip and burn CDs • Managing music and playlists • Finding cover art and other music file tag information • Dealing with DRM (Digital Rights Management) • Watching movies, TV shows, and other videos • Listening to audiobooks and podcasts • Viewing digital photos and slideshows • Connecting your iPod to a home audio/video system • Using the iPod in your car or boat • Playing iPod games • Using the iPod as a calendar and scheduler • Exercising with the Nike+iPod Sports Kit • Transferring files from your iPod to your PC • Using add-on software programs • iPod accessories • iPod tips, tricks, and hacks • Troubleshooting iPod problems Part 1: Background 1 The History 2 The iPod Family 3 The iPhone Part 2: Operation 4 Using the iPod 5 Using the iTunes Software 6 Using the iTunes Store Part 3: Applications 7 Music 8 Podcasts 9 Audiobooks10 Photos 11 Videos12 Games Part 4: Special Uses 13 Using Your iPod in the Living Room 14 Using Your iPod in the Car 15 Using Your iPod as a Portable Storage Device 16 Using Your iPod to Record Audio and Podcasts 17 Using Your iPod for Running and Exercise 18 Using Your iPod as a Calendar/Scheduler 19 Using iTunes to Manage Your Music Purchases Part 5: Secrets 20 iPod Tips and Tricks 21 iPod Hacks Part 6: Support 22 iPod Accessories 23 Third-Party Software24 iPod Troubleshooting Part 7: Appendixes Michael Miller has written more than 75 non-fiction how-to books over the past two decades, including Googlepedia: The Ultimate Google Reference, Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computer Basics, How Microsoft Windows Vista Works, How Home Theater and HDTV Work, Tricks of the eBay Masters, and YouTube 4 You. His books have collectively sold more than a m