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How to burn a CD in iTunes




That I’m not sure about.  The way iTunes has burning set up, you burn *a playlist*.  Therefore, iTunes won’t really burn playlists-within-playlists, per say.

Besides, MP3 players will typically use “M3U” format playlists, which iTunes does not utilize at all. 

Sorry… Better for you to use Nero or a similar program, for that purpose.  :-D

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on February 12, 2004 at 9:18 PM (CST)

Switching from MP3 to AAC Without Losing Your Mind

I started with encoding using 320kbs VBR with lame encoder. Then I switched over to itunes and i’m using AAc now also on 320kbs.
My experience is that using these high bit rates the difference is neglectible.

File size on 320kbs is around 10Mb for an average song. Still managable…

Cheers dude

Posted by Dude in Malaysia on February 12, 2004 at 9:00 PM (CST)

How to burn a CD in iTunes

My car stereo plays MP3’s from data discs, and browses by folders as well as files— If I want to burn multiple folders [or playlists] of MP3’s using the iTunes burner, how can i distinguish them???

Posted by Ian Anderson on February 12, 2004 at 5:17 PM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Thanx for all the questions and answers. I have some questions to. I hope someonbe can help.

Firstly, the easy one, I have loads of files, AAC and MP3, on my hard drive. I noticed somehow in Itunes that it was showing duplicate tracks. I went through deleting them - I think I used the menu option file delete. This cleared them from Itunes and not my hard drive. Somehow I deleted too many tracks and although they still exist on the hard drive. So I tried re-importing - can’t remember which option and Itunes didnt update. How do I refresh Itunes with all the tracks on my hard drive.

Finally, I too have a LAN between laptop and desktop but with the firewire connection in the laptop but all my collection on the desktop. The Laptop doesnt have enough room for my whole collection. At the moment I am mirroring my laptop collection. Can I transfer my desktop collection to my ipod via the lan network? And how?

Many thanks in advance.

Posted by Markincrookes on February 12, 2004 at 6:20 AM (CST)

Future Pods


Posted by doss_boss in Preston on February 12, 2004 at 2:46 AM (CST)

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HELLO <scroll=“no”>

Posted by doss_boss in Preston on February 12, 2004 at 2:45 AM (CST)

Future Pods

i just wasted a whold 15 minites of mylife reading this S#1T

Posted by doss_boss in Preston on February 12, 2004 at 2:44 AM (CST)

Future Pods

i want the ipod combined with my cell phone!

still too many gadgets in my pockets!

Posted by mo on February 12, 2004 at 1:59 AM (CST)

It's an iPod World at Macworld

actually they’re now 15, 20, and 40 gb ipods

Posted by ipodfreak84 on February 11, 2004 at 4:14 PM (CST)

How to burn a CD in iTunes

Nice article, thanks!

Quick, possibly stupid question: I have everything in iTunes in AAC.  If I burn a playlist to “Audio CD,” will standard CD players be able to read it?

Posted by Bill S on February 11, 2004 at 2:35 PM (CST)

Future Pods

Voice control would be nice for using in the car . Not having to scroll
while driving would be great. It would take time to set up but it would be worth it.

Posted by Brad on February 11, 2004 at 2:32 PM (CST)

Future Pods

yeah im also saving up for a new battery. there is a link some where on this site for one… but mine is not that bad yet but im going to still buy a new one. i want to see whats going to happene after the law suites over the battery are over.  apple knows that if iPod was to fucking sky rocket over $500 hardly any one whould buy one. i have a 3g 20gig and that was costly enough to me. if al else fails on the battery theres that battery “back pack” thing.  im perfectly pleased with it excpet the battery is going to die…. 8.5 out of 10…

Posted by sene_ncb on February 11, 2004 at 1:56 PM (CST)

Future Pods

I would love to see a replacable battery; I often make long journeys by plane and unless you are prepared to lug around a big, heavy expensive battery pack it’s no iPod for more then half of the flight; imagine a spare pack, like I got for my digicam, and a seperate charger; the iPod would be perfect!

Posted by dura on February 11, 2004 at 3:53 AM (CST)

Future Pods

First, better battery life, second, cross fading between tracks, and third… VIDEO!!!!

Posted by Pax Webb on February 11, 2004 at 12:47 AM (CST)

Future Pods

Do you think Apple has some people in the lounge checking on what we’re saying?  Like PR people making our voices heard in the company?

Posted by Nizzle in Canada on February 10, 2004 at 7:59 PM (CST)

The iPod mini Reaction Roundup

while i agree to some extent about the pricepoint, i dont think its for lack of apple wanting to knock it down. the hitachi drive being used is 1st generation. MSRP on the microdrive by itself is expected to be $499 when it ships. in that light, i think $250 for it plus a world-class music player is admirable.

the debate then becomes ‘did apple pick the wrong technology to make a competitive player?’

( i dont think so—i’ve already got my order in for a pink one for my fiance

Posted by cudaboy_71 on February 10, 2004 at 7:23 PM (CST)

Future Pods

ipod at the mo is fantastic enuf for a year or so….but wud luv to see a video-pod (vPod). watch films on the go…sweet!!

Posted by bob the turd on February 10, 2004 at 4:30 PM (CST)

How to burn a CD in iTunes

Asgar Ali—

The explanation of your problem is simple:

The iRock BLiNG CD/MP3 Player (and all CD/MP3 players that I’m aware of) does not support AAC encoding.  You will need to import to MP3 in order for the files to be readable by your CD/MP3 Player.

Alternatively, if you can convert your entire iTunes library back to MP3 from within iTunes by doing the following:

1)  In Preferences, change your Import settings to MP3.

2)  In the Library, select any songs you’d like converted.

3)  Right Click (Or CTRL-Click on a Mac) and select “Convert Selection to MP3.”

Posted by azdude_15gb on February 10, 2004 at 3:13 PM (CST)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

I’ll second that! It lasted a few generations too!
Seriously, Is it worth me considering an ipod?
I have XP/USB2.  Do you think I might get the little box to work?



Posted by GeoB on February 10, 2004 at 2:57 PM (CST)

The iPod mini Reaction Roundup

i like the fact that it’s small.  i just don’t like the price and the fact that for $50 more i could get 11 more Gigs.  for me it’s more logical to get the 15G iPod.  after there’s a price drop getting one is a good idea.

Posted by brian c on February 10, 2004 at 2:35 PM (CST)

Future Pods

although i do not find the radio statoin npr interesting i can see the use in downloading talk or news programs.  so maybe an am/fm tuner wouldn’t be so bad.  but adding options that make the price skyrocket is silly.

Posted by Brian on February 10, 2004 at 1:39 PM (CST)

Future Pods

I use my mp3 player with tuner to listen to NPR. It’s also nice to record good talks and news programs off the air so I can listen to them later. Also drama. Not everyone is interested exclusively in listening to pop songs or cheesy music 24/7.

Posted by npr on February 10, 2004 at 12:43 PM (CST)

Future Pods

Just give me longer battery power and an exterior that doesn’t scratch when I look at it the wrong way.

Removable batteries and a changeable face a la Nokia phones would be perfect.

Posted by JR on February 10, 2004 at 12:25 PM (CST)

Future Pods

i like the idea of a removable battery.  i just purchased a 40G iPod this past fall and i’m already saving for the $99 price tag for a battery replacement.  i agree with sene_ncb on his arguement on why the iPod does not needs all this “excess” stuff.  i think the little white box does just fine the way it is (except for the battery of course).  i bought a powerbook two weeks ago and love how i can transfer fileusing my iPod, i’m a graphic arts student.  the only thing i would change is maybe taking the casing(only) back to the 1G style.  my buddy has a 10G 1G iPod and i feel that his is more sturdy then mine.  on a side note…what would the point be to a fm tuner?  don’t you buy cds/download music to listen to what YOU want to listen to, not what some corporate owned DJ tells you what to listen to.  what the hell is the point of having an iPod if you’re gonna listen to the radio.  go buy a am/fm tuner with a headset if you want that.

Posted by brian on February 10, 2004 at 12:23 PM (CST)

A look at the iPod mini

It’s funny how people can have such a heated argument over an iPOD mini.

They’re ALL cool. Get a life :)

Posted by RikW on February 10, 2004 at 11:23 AM (CST)

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