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Music, Video & Pictures for iTunes & iPod

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How to Add Videos to iTunes

You can add videos to iTunes by purchasing them from the iTunes Store or by downloading them from the Internet. Just drag the videos into iTunes, like you do with songs. After you add videos to iTunes, [more…]

Composing a Photograph on Your iPhone with the Rule of Thirds

Your iPhone can capture a detailed photograph, but how well the photo is composed is up to you. One common photo-composition trick is called the Rule of Thirds. With the Rule of Thirds, you imagine lines [more…]

Using Depth of Field Techniques with the iPhone's Camera

The depth of field in your photography can have a dramatic effect on your subjects. A focus distance of four feet or more with the iPhone 3GS/4 means everything to the horizon will be in focus. But a focus [more…]

Tips for Steadying Your iPhone to Get Good Photos

Holding your iPhone securely while taking a photo without getting in the way of the lens takes some getting used to. Remember to keep your elbows tucked into your body. [more…]

Share Your Media across Your Network with iTunes

Ready to share your music, podcasts, and video — legally, mind you — with other folks on your local network from your MacBook? You can offer your digital media to other iTunes users across your home or [more…]

iTunes Ping Social Networking Feature

The addition of Apple’s new Ping social networking feature to iTunes has quickly built a formidable online community! When you enable Ping within iTunes, you can interact with both artists and other music [more…]

How to Burn CDs with iTunes

Besides being a great audio player, iTunes is adept at creating CDs, too, which you can play on your MacBook. iTunes makes the process of recording songs to a CD as simple as a few clicks. Making the modern [more…]

iTunes Parental Settings and Your MacBook

Do young children use your MacBook? A large amount of content within the iTunes Store, including audio, movies and even apps, is not suitable for kids. Luckily, you can use the Parental settings within [more…]

What You Can Play on iTunes on Your MacBook

Every installation of Mac OS X, including the one on your MacBook, comes with the finest stereophonic gadget in town: a great audio application called [more…]

Play an Audio CD with iTunes on Your MacBook

Playing an audio CD in iTunes on your MacBook is simple. Just insert the CD in your MacBook Pro’s disc slot, start iTunes by clicking its icon in the Dock, and click the Play button. [more…]

Play Digital Audio and Video with iTunes on Your MacBook

In addition to playing audio CDs, iTunes on your MacBook can play the digital audio files that you download from the Internet or obtain from other sources in the WAV, AAC, Apple Lossless, AIFF, MP2 and [more…]

The iTunes Library on Your MacBook

After you add a few dozen songs to iTunes on your MacBook, viewing the Library can become a task. Although a master list is nice for some purposes, it becomes as cumbersome as an elephant in a subway tunnel [more…]

Organize iTunes Playlists on Your MacBook

The iTunes Music Library on your MacBook can quickly become huge. Each Library can contain thousands upon thousands of songs: If your Library grows anywhere near that large, finding all the songs in your [more…]

Track Songs in iTunes on Your MacBook

Besides organizing your music into Elvis and non-Elvis playlists, iTunes gives you the option to track your music at the song level. Each song that you add to the Music Library has a complete set of information [more…]

How to Set Song Information in iTunes on Your MacBook

Each song that you add to the iTunes Music Library might have song information included with it. If you add music from a commercial audio CD, iTunes connects to a server on the Internet and attempts to [more…]

Rip Audio Files with iTunes from Your MacBook

You don’t have to rely on Internet downloads to get audio files: You can create your own MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV files from your audio CDs with iTunes. The process of converting audio files [more…]

Use the Equalizer to Tweak Audio in iTunes

Besides the standard volume controls, iTunes offers a full equalizer. An equalizer permits you to alter the volume of various frequencies in your music, allowing you to boost low sounds, lower high sounds [more…]

QuickTime Basics on Your MacBook

QuickTime on your MacBook is a set of exciting technologies that gives you access to the greatest multimedia experience around. Despite its power, don’t be surprised if you don’t even realize that you’re [more…]

How to Operate QuickTime Player on Your MacBook

QuickTime makes a world of movies, audio, graphics, and music instantly available to you. When you open a QuickTime file, QuickTime Player creates a new window to display it. All QuickTime Player windows [more…]

How to Play Media with QuickTime

Playback with QuickTime begins as you might suspect — by clicking the Play button. While a file is playing, the Play button toggles to a Pause button. Click that button to pause playback, which toggles [more…]

12 iPod Soundtracks for Travel Experiences

Half the fun of listening to your iPod comes from being able to do it on the road. While everyone has differing musical tastes, you might consider some of the following list while enjoying the wide open [more…]

How to Browse Content in Your iTunes Library

To browse content other than music on your iPod touch, choose a source from the source list menu, which offers these choices in its Library section: [more…]

How to Change Import Preferences and Settings in iTunes

To get music you already own onto your iPod, you can import it from a CD. After clicking the Import CD icon in iTunes, the Import Settings dialog appears, offering the following choices: [more…]

How to Edit CD Info and Join Tracks in iTunes

Some CDs are meant to be played straight through, with no fading between the songs. Fortunately, you can join tracks of a CD in iTunes so that the tracks play seamlessly one to the next. You can also edit [more…]

Introduction to the iTunes Multimedia Mall

The iTunes Store home page is loaded with specials and ads to peruse. To look at music in more depth, click the Music tab. You can also pick a music genre by clicking the down-arrow button that appears [more…]

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