4fb9d08492 iTunes U content is similar in concept to podcasts, but these are distributed by educational institutions such as colleges and universities and contain educational content and course materials. Music imported from CD or purchased from legitimate online digital music stores should already have this information correctly filled in. However, iTunes is more than just a means of loading your device. If multiple matches are found, it will prompt you to select the correct one: If iTunes cannot find any matches, then it will inform you of this, and ask you if you want to import the songs anyway. Podcasts and iTunes U are accessed via the iTunes Store, however they are generally available at no cost. Again, this is an area where iTunes makes things very simple if you already have an organized iTunes library. Is there a way to also get my play lists to transfer? Thanks Posted by tut in Toronto on October 16, 2012 at 2:22 AM (CDT) 1 organizing Itunes Library Posted by RAYMOND in Toronto on December 2, 2012 at 7:02 AM (CST) 1 ow do I delete podcasts from nano6 and computer both. Is there any way Ican configure myc omputer or iTunes to import these CDs? I would like to have them on my iPod.
For more information on solutions for copying content from your iPod back to your computer, see our article, Copying Content from your iPod to your Computer. Buying Digital Music Another possible source of music for your Apple media devices is online music stores such as the iTunes Store itself or other third-party digital music services such as Amazon or Walmart. Tag & Rename ($30, 30-day trial available) or MP3Tag (donation-ware). However just about everybody has a few CDs that they want to get into their iTunes library. In fact, if you connect an iPod set to automatically synchronize with a given iTunes library to another computer running iTunes, it will notify you that your iPod is already associated with another library, and prompt you to erase your iPod if you want to sync it with the new library. Once manual mode is enabled, it will remain enabled on any other iTunes library that you connect your device to. For a more compatible library with other hardware and software, you will probably want to use the MP3 format. Neither iTunes nor any of Apples media devices natively support this format, although iTunes will helpfully offer to convert any unprotected WMA files that you ask it to import.