Organized into twenty--one chapters, with two--color screen shots and numbered, step--by--step instructions, this book helps visual learners make the most of iPod players and the iTunes music service - Since hitting the market in November 2001, the iPod--Apple's breakthrough MP3 music player--has sold more than 2 million units - The iTunes music service sold 70 million tracks at 99 cents each within its first year ? Shows readers how to move beyond the basics with intermediate--level coverage of the coolest, most surprising features - Sidebars offer extra information and helpful hints
Table of Contents
PART I: The iPod. 1. Getting Started with iPod and iTunes. 2. Importing CD Audio into iTunes. 3. Transferring Audio toy Your iPod. 4. Managing Playback and iPod Settings. 5. Connecting Your iPod to a Larger Sound System. PART II: Expanding iPod's Capabilities with iTunes and Other Apple Products. 6. iPod Maintenance. 7. Organizing Audio for Better iPod Playback. 8. Enriching Your iPod and iTunes Listening Experience. PART III: Using the iPod as an External Hard Disk. 9. Use Your iPod with iCal and Address Book. 10. Backing Up Files to Your iPod. 11. Using Your iPod as a PDA. 12. Accessorizing Your iPod. PART IV: iTunes in Detail. 13. Customizing Your iTunes Library. 14. Fine-Tuning the iTunes Window. 15. iTunes and the Internet. 16. iTunes Display and Playback Settings. 17. Purchasing Audio Online. PART V: Sharing Your iTunes Library on Disc or Online. 18. Burning a Disc in iTunes. 19. Networking iTunes Libraries. 20. Getting to Know iPod Photo. Appendix: Web Resources.
Bonnie Blake is an award-winning designer specializing in video for the web and multimedia design. She is also an Assistant Professor of Multimedia at Ramapo College of New Jersey. She has written many technology books, including 50 Fast Digital Video Techniques. Doug Sahlin is an experienced author, avid photographer, music lover, and videographer living in Lakeland, Florida. He is the author of 14 books on computer applications, including 50 Fast Digital Video Techniques. Doug's images have been published in books and displayed at Internet Web sites.