How can you get music from iTunes library onto your iPod?
First you highlight the songs that you want to download (press shift and move up or down while holding the left mouse button to highlight several items). Then you release mouse button then click and hold left mouse button. Drag to your iPod.
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make sure that the device is plugged in so it shows in your tool bar on the left the 'device' option. after that click on it and at the very bottom there will be a thing that says automatically fill from: (then gives you the option of where you wanna get the music from. choose the play list you want… then click on the bottom right automatically fill. wait for them to copy. then DONE. ( Full Answer )
Yes, you sure can! . \nYes, it has to be on the same computer though. Just hook up one ipod at a time to the cable leading to your hard-drive. Then go to the library and sync.
When you connect your USB cord to your computer and your iPod, all the music, videos, and everything you have in itunes should automatically sync onto your iPod.
Answer . Step 1, Networking tow computers. If you do not know how to Network Windows with Mac OS X, go there:. http://forums.Macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=54704 . Step2, Go to preferences, under the sharing tab, enable "Share library..." and "Look for shared libraries..." on both computers.. …It will show up in iTunes' side panel.. You will need to authorize both computers to play purchased content however. You may authorize up to 5 Machines per iTunes Music Store account. ( Full Answer )
Its simple in theory but can be complex in practice. Your Ipod intructions will tell you but if you have lost them go to the Apple web site and look up in the help pages. In theory you simply connect the ipod to your PC or Mac with the sync/charging cable provided but suggest you get the instruction…s because you may need to update your ipod software first - sorry can't be more help go to: http://www.video2mp3.net/index.php ( Full Answer )
Ok, you go to file, look for the option to sync music onto your iPod (Nano, Touch, any kind) and click sync music and it will put all the music on the computer onto the iPod, no matter the type.
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:.
Actually. you need to find a third-party application to help you. I have used ipod to computer transfer, you can try
Don't listen to the first two posts. Follow one of the methods below. Note: Will not transfer playlists, you will have to re-create them. Transferring iTunes Music Method #1: Download Senuti or iDump or any other similar software from download.com (for free). (The following steps are tail…ored for Windows XP. It will work for Vista as well but the steps may be slightly different. Also, this method does not require third party software or an internet connection. This method will transfer ALL songs from iPod to computer. Use Method #1 to transfer specific songs.) Method #2: >Connect iPod to computer. >"Start." >"My Computer." >Double Click iPod icon. >"Tools." >"Folder Options." >"View." >Select "Show Hidden Files & Folders" and click "OK." >Right click "iPod Control" folder. >Select "Properties." >Unselect "Hidden" and click "OK." >A window will pop up. Select "Apply changes to this folder, subfolder and files" and click "OK." >Double click "iPod Control" folder. >Double click "Music" folder. >You will notice folders labeled "F00, F01, F02, F03, F04, etc." >Open up iTunes side by side with this window. Make sure that the "Music Library" is displayed and make sure that iPod/iTunes is set to "manually manage music." >In iTunes select "Edit>Preferences>Advanced>and make sure that 'Keep iTunes Music Folder Organized' and 'Copy files to iTunes Music folder when adding to Library' are checked and click 'OK.'" You should also make sure that your iPod/iTunes is set to "Manually Manage Songs" so that you have control over what you want to add or delete (to do this select the iPod icon under "Devices" on the left column of the screen and select "Manually Manage Music" under "Options."). >Drag all of the yellow folders (not the Read Me files) directly into iTunes "Music Library." I'm talking about the part that has song name, artist, track number, etc. >You will notice a progress bar indicating that the music is being transferred. Sometimes a message will pop up saying that a song is not compatible with iTunes and that it needs to convert it. Just click "OK" when this message appears. >Note: If you have slower computer you may want to only drag a few folders at a time so that your computer doesn't freeze up. ( Full Answer )
You can also use Microsoft media player. . You can also use Microsoft media player to download music onto your i pod.
Some ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod.
iPod can only play mp4 videos. If your videos are the right videos,you can transfer them to iPod directly with iTunes. If your videosare not the right formats, you need to convert them to iPod MP4formats with a converter.
I just got a new computer I'm not able to get my old itunes how do i get the music from my old iPod onto the itunes?
connect your iPod and open iTunes. control-click or right click on the iPod and select Transfer Purchases. note that this will only work with your purchased music. to get all of your music and other media transfered, back up iTunes to CD, or copy the files to an external hard drive, then connect the… drive or insert the cd. copy the files from the drive to your iTunes music folder, then open iTunes and add them to your library. if you used a CD, insert it then open iTunes. a dialog should appear and you click Restore From this Backup. if that doesn't happen, follow the same steps used for the external hard drive. ( Full Answer )
If you have a DVD with music videos on it how do you put them on your itunes so you can put them onto your iPod?
Try using handbreak to convert them to mp4s then drag the mp4s into itunes if on mac not sure about windows but it is very simular try the apple help page hope this helps
you go to the burn selection on itunes andput in A black CD ang put all the music you want then press "burn disk" you should be good to go!1
If you have done the jailbreak hack and have cydia you can download an app called Dtunes from cydia. it costs money to get but on youtube there are plenty of videos that explain how to get them for free. its very east to get free. in order to use dtunes you need a wifi connecton
Connect your iPod to the computer and it should start syncing automatically. if not, you'll have to press the Synchronise button.
Your itunes got deleted from your library you re-installed itunes but now you need to know how to get the songs from your ipod onto the new music folder?
If your ipod shows up then you take your music and drag it t the folder. If this doesn't work then I'd suggest going to Apple.com/support for more info and technical help.
All that you gotta do is first, connect your ipod. When you connect it you open up itunes and then go to the ipod songs and find the song. You drag the song to the itunes library. It might be a little confusing at first but you'll find the 'library' thing right about the ipod music.
If you purchased the music from itunes you can click on "file" and then go to "transfer purchases" A magic Mac iPod to iTunes, iPod Rip for Mac , which makes it easy to backup iPod and iPod touch, copy music, videos, movies and photos from iPod to Mac and Mac to iPod. This iPod to iTunes Mac ca…n also be used to manage iPhone, and all formats compatible with iPod/iPhone are supported. ( Full Answer )
Plug your ipod into your computer, then just open up itunes, itunes will automatically sync your ipod... -Thanks
1 press buy from the itunes store. 2 find it in your library. 3 drag the song(s) onto the name of your ipod with the little picture of it next to it.
you can do it but you just have to untick/tick all of them you want every time you get a new song
plug in the iPod, open iTunes and click on sync. if that doesn't work, manually drag the music files from your library to your iPod icon on the left-hand bar
Tunebite re-records copy protected audio and saves it in a range of formats. Providing the saved material is in a format compatible with iTunes you can drag the saved files into the iTunes library.
Computer crashed lost itunes music library lost ipod can I retrieve my music through itunes library without ipod on different computer?
email apple and tell them what happened. the apple care tech should offer a 1 time download offer for music purchased from apple.
Yes you can transfer music from your ipod to your itunes library, go to ipodrip.com. They let you transfer a limited amount of songs for free and then you must pay to download them all. I used it last week and it transferred all of my songs into my itunes library.
Yes either click on iTunes store or go into music minimize then click and drag in. Most files downloaded elsewhere or from your CD's can also be used in iTunes. You can add files from your computer locally.
if you can not find the song on itunes you can buy the song on a CD and put it on youri-pod or ask a friend if they have the song on a CD and ask to borrow it.
There is only one way around this solution, but it is very tedious work. When you buy a song on the iTunes app, and enter your iTunes password, it will have you download it for free since you already bought it in iTunes before (keep in mind that you repeat the process for every individual song you …have). Other than this, there is no way to get the music without a computer. ( Full Answer )
There is already an iTunes app pre-installed onto your iPod Touch (like regular iTunes, it requires an internet access via wi-fi).
Once you plug in your iPod, you can open iTunes and it will ask you if you want to add the songs into your iPod. You then press OK and it will start syncing straight away.
go onto itunes while your ipods connected the it should show a menu above the picture of your ipod. where it says games go to it check any boxes you need to and press sync. Hope this helps
You can't, but you can add music without syncing by going to "Music" and dragging the songs/albums you want to your iPod under "Devices"
I suppose this is mainly due to copyrights and issues thereof. There have been made software to bypass these limitations, but possibly not legal as such to use. Regards.
Connect your iPod to your computer. If the songs that you want to put on your iTunes library have been purchased from the iTunes store, right-click on the iPod icon and click on the option "Transfer Purchases." All of your purchased items on your iPod will be transfered. If you don't want a certain …item, wait until it is completely transferred and then delete it. ( Full Answer )
You can't, unless you're using dTunes. (dTunes is the jailbreak app version of iTunes, in which all music is free)
you carnt. you need to plug i your iPod then go to start menu, computer, and removable devices. this will then show your iPod. doubble click and the music willl transfer on to the desktop. then copy the folder to your new itunes library.
You plug the ipod into the new device and click and drag the music over into the itunes window
For brand iPods it's fairly simple. Connect the iPod to your computer using the USB cable normally provided with said device. The device should automatically begin syncing with your library and transferring the songs over. For other mp3 players this may require more steps. Use the instruction man…ual for help. ( Full Answer )
Clicking on the music's icon and dragging it into the iTunes window will add it to the iTunes library or select Add To Library... from the iTunes File menu.
Having created a new Playlist in the left hand column you can click on a music title from your library listed in the main window on the right and drag it onto the new playlist.
If iTunes doesnt show the iPod there isn't a lot that you can do with putting music on it. The only way to put music on it and listen to it is that you use iTunes.
When you get a song illegally and you put it in your Itunes library how do you get it onto your Ipod?
I would not like to answer but once it is in your iTunes library and playable in the application then just sync your iPod with all the music of your choice and boom there you have it
If i have understood your question correctly then: on iTunes > iPod > Restore Factory Settings and that should basically wipe all data stored on the iPod. I advise you back it up first.
You Sync it. Plug it in to the computer, set it up, and press Sync. Leave it for an hour and come back and it is all on your pc
Just connect you'r iPod to computer/laptop via the USB cable and then click on the little sign that's shows the name and type of you'r iPod and then there should be a button that says "sync", click that and then wait for it to finish it
Just swipe across the screen on whatever song you want to delete and it will be gone. But you do have to to have iOS 5.0 or later for this to work if not you will have to get on computer to erase. Hope I helped
You have to sync your iPod into your computer ( comes with computer charger ). You'll need iTunes and it will ask to sync ( you click yes ) and it will sync. If you get a new app or song, or whatever onto your iPod; sync it so you don't loose it. You can download iTunes from the Apple website. You'l…l also need a iTunes/iCloud account ( Full Answer )
If you plug in your iPod with the apple USB cord, iTunes should automatically see that it's there.