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Ipodpedia: The Ultimate Ipod And Itunes Resource

by Michael Miller
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Product Details

  • Publisher: Que
  • Publishing date: 06/05/2007
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 9780789736741
  • ISBN: 0789736748


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    Audiobooks
10  Photos

11  Videos
12  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 Software
24    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 million copies worldwide, and he has established a reputation for offering real-world advice about complicated topics. More information can be found at the author’s website ( and at iPodPedia: The Blog (


Category  Digital Music

Covers     iPod and iTunes for Windows® and Mac®

Level        Intermediate to Advanced



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  • A good reference for beginners and intermediate users
    From Amazon

    This book is a good book for folks with thier first iPod opened before them on up to intermediate users who already know all the basic functions. All folks in these groups will learn useful stuff about many aspects of the iPod and iTunes. It contains some basic "hacks" and such but states most don't work with the latest iPods (as of the published date). The hacks are pretty basic things like modifying the on-screen interface and such so not really what an advanced user would be looking for.

  • It's not a book it is a bible for ipods!
    From Amazon

    I finally got a chance to use this book. I hadn't had time to really sit and play with it. My friend called and needed me to come over and help set up Ipods for all three children. I grabbed the book thinking it may help. And yes it did. I would have been lost without it. It made things so simple and if I had a question it had the answer. I was so excited I came home and used the book to organize my ipods better. A must have for any ipod owner.

  • Richar #1
    From Amazon

    It seems to be a fair book. I didn't like the fact that it was in black and white only. I also thought it was a little outdated.

  • The gift that keeps on giving
    From Amazon

    iPodpedia was a Christmas gift I bought for my brother who purchased his iPod in 2006. I bought myself an iPod 80GB Classic and my six-year-old son a iPod Shuffle for Christmas this year and was confident that my brother would share his iPod knowledge with me. Needless to say, the iPodpedia has become the CHRISTMAS GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING. My brother has been reading it like a book and shares all the great tips and tidbits he has found in the well-written book by Michael Miller. I'll receive phone calls from brother so excited, "Hey, did you know that your iPod can do this?" I'm not certain, but I may have to buy another copy just for myself. What if I can't reach my brother one day and I have a question?

  • Truly Everything You Need To Know About Your IPod
    From Amazon

    I purchased this book for my Dad because he is always asking me questions about his Ipod. I learned more by reading three pages from the chapter labeled secrets then all of the lookups I have done on my own. I was so impressed with the book that I purchased one for myself. If you own an Ipod or know someone that does, you must purchase this book.

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