What sort of video file does iTunes use?
iTunes currently supports .m4a, .mp3, .mov, .mp4, .m4v, and .pdf formats.
Do you have to use itunes to download movies and music to your 2nd gen iPod Touch or can you put your own on it. Is there any third party software you can use to do that?
iTunes files are not compatible with Windows Movie Maker... iTunes 9 can currently read, write and convert between MP3, AIFF, WAV, MPEG-4, AAC and Apple Lossless. iTunes can also play any audio files that QuickTime can play (as well as some video formats), including Protected AAC files from the iTunes Store and Audible.com audio books. In order to upload your (Published/Finished) Windows Movie Maker video to iTunes, you will need to convert the file to…
TV shows and videos purchased from iTunes can be played on iPod directly. If you have videos in other formats which is not supported by iPod, you can use iPod Video Converter to convert the files to the one supported by iPod. Use software to convert A more simple way is just to take a video file and convert it to mp4 if it is not in an mp4 format, than just drag to itunes…
if you have movies on your computer that you want to put on your iPod, you need to convert the video files to the right file format before you can sync it. iPods and iPhones use the .MP4 file format for videos. once you have the movie in the right file format, just drag the video into the movies section of your itunes, and it'll automatically add it to your library.
no. you can get it from other places, i think as long as its saved to your computer. i use limewire because its free. but once you have a song on your computer, hit File+Add File to Library in your itunes window. then go to wherever you saved the file to and click on it, hit open. then you should see the music file in your library. :)