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How To Do Everything With Your Ipod

How To Do Everything With Your Ipod

by Guy Hart-Davis, Joe Hutsko
     
 

Do more — and have more fun — than you ever thought possible with Apple's portable jukebox and this easy-to-use guide. Not only will you be able to play music, but you will learn to find, download, and organize your music to get the best sound, use cool accessories, and pick up little-known tips and tricks to enhance your overall iPod experience.

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Do more — and have more fun — than you ever thought possible with Apple's portable jukebox and this easy-to-use guide. Not only will you be able to play music, but you will learn to find, download, and organize your music to get the best sound, use cool accessories, and pick up little-known tips and tricks to enhance your overall iPod experience.

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So you’re thinking: To listen to a few MP3s on my iPod, I need a book? Well, you paid a lot for that iPod. If you want to get the most out of it, you do want a book. This one.

Whether you’ve got a Mac iPod (a.k.a. MiPod) that works with iTunes, or a Windows iPod (WiPod) that uses MUSICMATCH Jukebox Plus, this book’s for you. Everything music related is here, of course: ripping and uploading tunes, optimizing quality vs. disk space, organizing music libraries, creating playlists, troubleshooting, you name it. Got a Mac? You’ll learn how to use iTunes’ nifty equalization feature to make your music sound even better. Got Windows? You’ll learn how to use volume leveling to protect your precious eardrums -- even how to use MUSICMATCH Jukebox Plus as a musical alarm clock.

But music isn’t all your iPod can do. For one thing, it doubles as a PDA in stylish disguise. Guy Hart-Davis offers detailed coverage of all those features. There’s a full chapter on storing your contacts as vCards (and creating vCards from everything from Entourage to spreadsheet or database text files). There’s equally detailed coverage of iPod’s read-only calendar features (including integration with Apple’s iCal, Microsoft Outlook, and even Palm Desktop. Hart-Davis shows how to get other text onto your iPod (for example, downloading news headlines when you sync).

By the way, when we see Guy Hart-Davis’s name on a book, we know it’ll read as smooth as silk -- and be just plain fun, too. So it is here. Bill Camarda

Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks for Dummies, Second Edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780072227000
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/OsborneMedia
Publication date:
03/24/2003
Series:
How to Do Everything Series
Pages:
452
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.91(d)

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