In this iTunes help video series, we’re going to teach you how to get started using the software that has become one of the standards of both the consumer and professional music industries. Our expert will walk you through how to download iTunes, how to use the interface, how to import mp3s (songs) into your library, how to rip CDs, download songs from the iTunes store, get ID3 and metadata for your albums, make a playlist, and how to sync your ipod to iTunes. There’s a little bit of everythi...
In this video tutorial, we learn how to share content from an iTunes library with multiple computers with the Home Sharing feature. It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET can present a complete overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including a complete demonstration detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
In this tutorial, we learn how to get additional codec support in iTunes. It's not easy to find this support online, but if you go to Xiph, you will be able to find what you need. This site has tons of things to download to give you codec support on your iTunes. If you don't use this, you will have to use a different player to watch many things, because apple doesn't support many different file types. If the program stalls, just wait for it to load or you can uninstall and re download. These ...
This video shows you how to keep your itunes library, music information, and song ratings intact after reinstalling your computer's operating system. Before you begin the reinstallation process, you must make sure your music is in the same location and will be in this location after the reinstallation process. After reinstalling, open itunes while holding down the shift key. In the window that pops up, click on the "choose library" button. Locate your itunes library file. This should be an "i...
Granted the iPhone is an awesome phone... but their choice for default ringtones kind of, well, stinks. They have plenty of apps you can BUY to PURCHASE ringtones... but why waste money when you can make an unlimited amount of ringtones yourself forFREE? At first glance, it looks complicated and confusing, but I'll break it down so simply, you'll be making ringtones for everyone in iTunes.
This tutorial is designed for those who wish to convert wma files into mp3s using iTunes. It's a great way to do so in order to post yours or others podcasts for the world to hear. It doesn't take very long and requires that you have iTunes downloaded onto your Mac or PC. So sit back and enjoy!
Sharing iTunes with your friends is easy to do and makes living together a lot more fun. Forget about burning CDs and wasting all that time and money. You can hookup your computers and listen to each others' music all the time. This video will show you how to share iTunes with your friends.
After a two-month delay, Apple has finally released iTunes 11, which was initially slated to be released alongside iOS 6.
Do you want an iTunes account, but either lack a credit card or the desire to give Apple your credit card information? Well, there's a way you can get around the part of the iTunes account creation process where you enter your credit card.
In this video, learn how to convert audio file formats using iTunes. Changing file formats will come in handy if using two media players, or using audio software programs such as Final Cut Pro. Changing an audio files type is very easy in iTunes and made even easier with the help of this video!
In this tutorial, we learn how to convert MP4 files to MP3 files in iTunes 8. With some purchased music, you can right click "convert to MP3", so check that out first. If you can't do this, create a new folder in iTunes, then go through your music to choose what you want to convert. Drag these into your new folder, then place a CD into your disc drive. After you do this, click on "burn disc", and a new window will pop up. It will ask you what speed you want and if you want to make it into an ...
Like it or not, Apple rules the world right now. Well, at least the electronic gadget world. Every single person and his or her mother has some sort of i-device: iPhone, iPod, iPad. So don't go iBroke the next time you want to add more songs to your iPhone or iPod by transferring all of your media files into iTunes readable formats.
iTunes is one of the best music programs out there. You will need this program to use an iPod or download anything from the iTunes Music Store.
This video shows us the method to transfer files between iTunes libraries in iTunes 9. First step involves downloading iTunes 9 from apple.com. Go to the 'Edit' tab and 'Preferences'. Go to the 'Sharing' tab and select the 'Share selected playlists'. Select the playlists you want to share and click 'OK'. Now go to 'Advanced' and select 'Turn on home sharing'. Make sure that both are under the same account. Type in the password and you will see an icon in the shape of a home in the left side. ...
Did you know that you can add parental controls and change font sizes in iTunes? Learn how to customize the various settings in iTunes to fit your needs.
This video focuses on listening to iTunes radio if you have an Apple computer. It shows how to set up the radio in iTunes and how to choose the genre of music you want to listen to. Access iTunes radio stations.
A new feature that comes with iTunes 9 is the ability to import files automatically into your iTunes folder. This process makes importing much faster and easier. In this tutorial, learn how to automatically add to iTunes using this easy import method. Luke will show you how to adjust your preferences and take full advantage of this new feature.
You've recorded your podcast but are stumped on what to do next? Post your podcast to the iTunes store for outer parties to download & enjoy it. In this video (geared toward the average person with no XML knowledge), learn how to easily post a podcast to the iTunes store.
In this video tutorial from Get Connected TV, hosts AJ Vickery and Mike Agerbo will show you how to safely move your iPod files to your home pc, for back up purposes, just in case something were to happen to your iTunes account or your iPod is damaged, or music directory accidentally deleted. The program they introduce in this video is called iPod-Rip, and they lead you through the steps necessary to back up your iPod files safely and easily, without damaging or deleting your files.
This video demonstrates how to rip music from a CD in iTunes. From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to rip music from a CD in iTunes, For Dummies.
Tinkernut has all the answers when it comes to MP3 music files, and they're sharing a few of their favorite tips to help you build the ultimate MP3 collection! Watch all three of these videos for the best practices to manage your music files.
Playing audiobooks and podcasts is a lot like playing your music, but there's a couple of nice features iTunes offers to make it easy. For example, you can bookmark an audiobook.
How To Delete Album Art From Your ITunes Display If You Have A PC: This film will show you how to delete album art from the iTunes display using a PC. Delete album art from iTunes.
Need help figuring out how to remotely unauthorize a computer from accessing a file you've downloaded from iTunes? This clip will show you how it's done. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at Tekzilla can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Have you ever had the urge to create your own Podcast to share with your friends and family? In this video, learn how to not only create a Podcast, but how to upload it onto iTunes for download. This process is actually quite easy... and even easier with the help of this video!
This video explains how to display in iTunes the playlists a certain song appears in, focusing on Macs. All you have to do is open itunes, and select show in playlist. Find out the number of playlists a song appears in.
This video shows you how to remove the Digital Rights Management(DRM) protection from iTunes music. DRM is a way for Apple ITunes to control your music and where you save it. Hack the iTunes so that it does not interfere with you like this.
In this video tutorial, we learn how to quickly fix up our tags for a tidy iTunes library. It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET can present a complete overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including a complete demonstration detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Were you aware that it's possible to print custom CD sleeves from within iTunes? It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET can present a complete overview of the process in just over a minute. For more information, including a complete demonstration detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
In this quick video, learn how to import music to iTunes from elsewhere on your computer, and then add that music to your iPod or MP3 player. This tutorial contains very useful information that will allow you to take full advantage of your iPod and also help to keep all of your tunes in one place.
iTunes has now made printing CD case inserts out of your song lists simple and quick. It's as easy as opening iTunes, clicking on the desired play list and printing the CD case label. Print CD jewel case inserts from iTunes.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to burn a CD in iTunes. Begin by opening the iTunes. Users will need to create a play-list. Then click on File and select New Play-list. Users may wish to name the Play-list. Now simply go to the music library and drag the desired song(s) into the play-list. Then insert a blank disc into the hard drive. Finish by clicking on Burn Disc and configuring the options. This video will benefit those viewers who use iTunes, and would like to learn how to burn...
This tutorial on the companion Tech Ease for Mac site explains what podcasting is and shows you how to subscribe to podcasts using iTunes, a free program from Apple. Since iTunes is cross-platform, the steps shown in the movie will work on Windows as well. This movie defines podcasting, shows you the different types of podcasts you can create, and how to subscribe to podcasts using iTunes.
When you're ready to install iTunes, open your web browser and go to www.iTunes.com and click "Download iTunes." Follow the installation instructions.
Had enough of the iTunes "Genius" feature? You can turn it off (or, at the very least, hide it). And this clip will teach you everything you'll need to know. For more information, includind detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to turn off the Genius music recommendation feature in your own installation of iTunes, take a look.
Show your love and appreciation (or you distaste and hatred) to your fellow podcasters and review their work in iTunes. Giving reviews in the iTunes Store for podcasts and other things is a great way to help others decide the worth of such items. One way in which podcasters get ‘seen’ more by the iTunes logarithms is by having people leave reviews to podcasts.
When you add accurate information about each song, it'll be much easier to browse and find songs in your library. Choose a song, go to the file menu, and click "Get info." You can even add comments of your own to a song's information. These are great tools you can use to organize your music.
Use your Mac to find podcasts on iTunes. This tutorial gives you instructions on finding podcasts of your interest.
In this video tutorial, we learn how to see which songs in your iTunes library you've never listened to. It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET can present a complete overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including a complete demonstration detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.