Considering Apple sold one million iPhone units in the US within 74 days of its release, it is little wonder that the imminent arrival of the latest must-have product has sparked a consumer frenzy this side of the Atlantic as well.
Here I will share some of my experience of iPod: put DVD Video on iPod Touch/Nano/Classic. And the most inconvenience is how to edit the playlist of iPhone iTunes.
The software you will need:
-Convert DVD to iPod Touch, iPod nano, iPod classic, iPod video
-Convert Video to iPod Touch, iPod nano, iPod classic, iPod video
- Remove DRM from WMA/WMV and Convert DRM Protected WMA WMV from Windows Media Player, iTunes, Rhapsody, Napster, bearshare, Spiral Frog, Ruckus to iPod.
This guide will show you how to convert DVD video to iPod Touch/Nano/Classic/Video and watch PDF or electronic book on iPod.
Nowadays, Apple unveils a new music player called the iPod Touch, a new version of its popular media player with wireless internet access and other touch screen features found on the iPhone. With this new iPod Touch, all of iPod shuffle, iPod nano and iPod classic go for a version.
iPod cannot directly display PDF files, the only way is to convert them to plain text and put them in the Notes folder on your iPod. Mind you, the Notes folder only allows a max of 1000 files with none of the files being larger than 4kb.and then copy the *txt file to the 'Note' folder on your iPod. Here are the detailed steps:
Enable your iPod as a portable hard drive, plug in your iPod to computer and run iTunes, in the summary tab, check the option named 'enable iPod disk mode'
Download and install iGadget, it can convert and cut your files to 4kb .txt files. Here is the download link: http://www.youtubetoipod.biz/software/igadget.html
Connect your iPod to computer, open 'My Computer', open the iPod drive (the new drive with your iPod name), and copy the txt file to the 'Note' folder, done. Then you can read the text file on iPod note.