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How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Larry—

The only thing I can think of that might cause your problem is that QuickTime may not have installed properly.

When you install iTunes, it installs the latest version of QuickTime (6.5), which “secretly” handles the audio encoding for AAC (mp3 too???).

Try re-installing iTunes 4.2, make sure it completes fully and properly, and reboot when told to :-)

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 29, 2003 at 10:19 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Larry—you are hitting the “import” button aren’t you?

This is a nice little article—I’ve been iPoding since May and didn’t know you can edit the track before ripping…

Posted by P'ha on December 29, 2003 at 9:44 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

I am having a very strange problem importing my CD’s into iTunes.  I put the CD in the drive, and iTunes recognizes the CD.  It then pulls up the track list from the Internet database, and it looks like it is ripping each of the tracks from the CD onto the hard drive.  But the process goes much too fast, and then when I go to look at the tracks on the hard drive (through iTunes), all of the tracks are listed, but with a track time of 0:00.  Of course, when I go to look at the actual file that was copied onto the hard disk it is way too small (all of the files are 51KB).  I have tried everything I can think of, but I can’t fix this problem.  (I know that the CD drive is fine, because when I try to rip the CD using another software program—like Windows Media Player—it rips just fine.)  Does anyone have a solution to this problem?

Posted by Larry S on December 29, 2003 at 1:16 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Check the “Downloads” section of iPodlounge, and look for “PodUtil.”

There are several others in the Download section of the website as well.

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 29, 2003 at 12:10 AM (CST)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

my dad 2 works 4 aramco but u do realise that the Rub is the wosrt desert, the name means “the empty quarter” n i heard that if u go there u aint coming back.  so did u get ur ipod form saudi?

Posted by bozo on December 28, 2003 at 12:57 PM (CST)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

I blame the parents!

Posted by peshman on December 28, 2003 at 12:38 PM (CST)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

er, yeah.

Do you have anything constructive at all to add to this thread or is your life really this SAD!

Do you even know what the original topic was?  Or are you just here to be a critic?

Does putting down other peoples points of view make you feel superior?  If you really need to make youjrself feel better about life by feeling that you have the only perspective on life that is worth listening to then…I’ll agree with you, if it makes you feel better.

Posted by peshman on December 28, 2003 at 12:36 PM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

A good article, but my problem is with getting music from ipod back onto the computer. Can someone tell me the download to use?

Posted by Chris on December 28, 2003 at 10:18 AM (CST)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

My dad has a job with aramco… I’m at boarding school now, but I’ll be going back in feb for a break and me and my dad are gonna go camping in the Rub-Al Khali, I hope, but lately they have been moving weapons from oman up through the Rub, so we might not be able to go… we’ll figure somethin out though… and my new 3G 10GB ipod will be rockin there with me

Posted by Bart on December 28, 2003 at 8:50 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

all good but what if u cant get music on your ipod becouse of know where has the usb cable thing for ipod in stock

Posted by luke on December 28, 2003 at 7:34 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Thanx Jerrod for your article ! It has save my time.
After some comments above I realise I’m (was and will be for ever) an idiot and I should kill myself for this… but I don’t know technically how…
So I will hear my music instead.

Posted by Sansnom on December 28, 2003 at 6:02 AM (CST)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

im in Jeddah.
(r u working for Aramco, coz dahran is Aramco’s little city?)

Posted by bozo on December 28, 2003 at 5:57 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

I have found iTunes to be much better than MMJB.  Check out the download link embedded in the article above.

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 27, 2003 at 9:10 PM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

What iTunes for Windows??  My new iPod CD did not contain iTunes for Windows software.  It came with MusicMatch Jukebox which I have found to be rather difficult to understand and have not figured out how to copy more than one song at a time into the iPod itself.  I assume iTunes for Windows is better? Should I download this and get rid of the MusicMatch Jukebox and the Audible Manager?

Posted by MrBill on December 27, 2003 at 8:09 PM (CST)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

hey Jim Reed,
where are you in saudi? I just bought my ipod here in Texas, but I’ll goin back to Dhahran in Feb. to see how it handles over there…

Posted by Bart on December 27, 2003 at 7:25 PM (CST)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

i dont know about u guys but iPod works flawlessly with both windows xp and mac, but i hate using winxp much rather use a UNIX based system!

Posted by EvilGeek04 on December 27, 2003 at 6:05 PM (CST)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

Heh. It adds weight to the argument that you

Posted by jonnyd on December 27, 2003 at 4:40 PM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Pretty useful article. I’m not very good w/ computers, but did figure out how to rip cd’s lol. But now i now how to change which bitrate I encode at :)

Posted by Syph on December 27, 2003 at 5:41 AM (CST)

iPod Adventures in the Middle East: Part I

Is there an Apple store in Saudi Arabia?
where an u get these beasts there?

Posted by bozo on December 26, 2003 at 6:18 AM (CST)

iPods for Windows: It's a good thing?

IPod ? Forget it.

Creative Labs Muvo players wipe the floor with this overpriced IPod kit.

Yeah, sure the IPod is a quality device, its just massively overpriced.Don’t Apple ever learn ?

Posted by Paul on December 26, 2003 at 5:29 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

I actually found that really usefull. thanks loads

Posted by fiona on December 25, 2003 at 12:35 PM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Thanks for this article! Really needed to know how to do all this ripping stuff!! Only got mine yesterday, so christmas will be filled with new cd’s getting put onto the computer and the ipod!

Posted by Zvaan on December 24, 2003 at 6:02 AM (CST)

How to import CD tracks to iTunes

Nicely put, know how to rip but have just got my ipod and was unsure of ripping options in itunes, thanx.

Posted by KEZ on December 24, 2003 at 5:23 AM (CST)

Audio Formats Explained And Rated

You could just read my post above or mail me if you need more help. Its a lengthy explanation but i’ll be glad to help :)

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Posted by Strykar in India on December 23, 2003 at 10:12 PM (CST)

Will any MP3 player ever catch Apple's iPod?

Remember the name Toshiba Gigabeat. This can be a potential iPod killer. It is smaller and slimmer with 20GB. Toshiba is using their leverage with the 1.8’’ HDD and their experience in electronics to outshine Apple (who is primarily a computer company). It probably would contain a recording ability and maybe even an FM tuner. The dimensions are around 3.5 X 3.2X .5 (inches that is).

Posted by Jack Shutzman on December 23, 2003 at 8:46 AM (CST)

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