Computers

The iPod and iTunes Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 312

View: 965

Here is the essential companion to the latest iPod digital music players and iTunes 9. iPod users want to start using their devices as soon as they get their hands on them, and this guide shows them how. This book covers three models: iPod nano, iPod classic, and iPod shuffle and shows you how to: Import songs into iTunes, assemble playlists on your own or using the iTunes Genius, and burn CDs. Find music, movies, HD TV shows, videos, games, and audiobooks in the iTunes Store and see recommendations, discover new artists, and send gift certificates. Use your iPod to keep contacts, view events, and store files. Make your iPod even more useful (and awe your friends) with fascinating tips and tricks. Fix common problems and learn what to do in you can't fix them yourself.
Computers

The iPod & iTunes Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 240

View: 512

Here is your essential companion to the iPod touch, classic, nano, and shuffle, and the iTunes application. The iPod & iTunes Pocket Guide, Third Edition, steers you through how to Import songs into iTunes and assemble playlists, listen to podcasts, and burn CDs. Find music, movies, TV shows, videos, and audiobooks on the iTunes. Store and see song and film recommendations, discover podcasts, and send gift certificates. Buy music from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store and sync songs with your computer. Use your iPod to keep contacts, view events, and store files (as a portable hard drive). Make your iPod even more useful (and awe your friends) with fascinating tips and tricks. Fix common problems and learn what to do if you can’t fix them yourself.
Computers

The iPod touch Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 312

View: 811

Here is your essential companion to Apple’s iPod touch. The iPod touch Pocket Guide, Second Edition, offers real-world guidance and practical advice on how to: Set up and quickly start using your pocket-sized computer. Download apps from the App Store. Make FaceTime video calls. Take pictures and record video clips. Keep everything in sync between your Windows PC or Mac and your touch. E-mail family and friends using your carrier’s wireless network or a Wi-Fi hotspot. Listen to songs and podcasts, and watch movies and TV shows (and YouTube!). Browse the Web using the built-in Safari browser. Figure out where you are with the iPod touch’s location services.
Computers

The iPod and iTunes Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 352

View: 444

Here is your essential companion to the iPod nano, touch, classic, and shuffle and to iTunes. The iPod & iTunes Pocket Guide, Fourth Edition, steers you through how to: Import songs into iTunes, assemble playlists on your own or using the iTunes Genius, and burn CDs. Find music, movies, HD TV shows, videos, games, and audiobooks in the iTunes Store and see recommendations, discover new artists, and send gift certificates. Buy music from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store and sync songs with your computers. Use your iPod to keep contacts, view events, and store files. Make your iPod even more useful (and awe your friends) with fascinating tips and tricks. Fix common problems and learn what to do in you can't fix them yourself.
iPod (Digital music player)

The IPod and ITunes Pocket Guide, Fourth Edition

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: iPod (Digital music player)

Page: 352

View: 399

Here is your essential companion to the iPod nano, touch, classic, and shuffle and to iTunes. The iPod and iTunes Pocket Guide, Fourth Edition, steers you through how to: Import songs into iTunes, assemble playlists on your own or using the iTunes Genius, and burn CDs. Find music, movies, HD TV shows, videos, games, and audiobooks in the iTunes Store and see recommendations, discover new artists, and send gift certificates. Buy music from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store and sync songs with your computers. Use your iPod to keep contacts, view events, and store files. Make your iPod even more useful (and awe your friends) with fascinating tips and tricks. Fix common problems and learn what to do in you can't fix them yourself.
Computers

The iPod touch Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 288

View: 509

Here is the essential companion to the iPod touch and iTunes 9. In addition to the iPod music player this multi-faceted device includes wi-fi access to the Internet and email as well as the App store and over 85,000 apps. Keeping pace with all these features and functions, The iPod Touch Pocket Guide breaks it all down into manageable chunks that will have new iPod touch users reaping all the benefits of their devices.
iTunes

The IPod Touch Pocket Guide, Second Edition

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: iTunes

Page: 312

View: 776

Here is the essential companion to the iPod touch and iTunes 10. In addition to the iPod music player this multifaceted device includes wi-fi access to the Internet and email as well as the App store. iTunes 10 features a wide array of new features including Ping --a social network for music, AirPlay --allowing users to play music wirelessly throughout their house, improved synching, and more. Keeping pace with all these features and functions, The iPod Touch Pocket Guide breaks it all down into manageable chunks that will have new iPod touch users reaping all the benefits of their devices.
Computers

The IPod & ITunes Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 224

View: 536

Fully updated, low-priced book packed with quick results for people who want to jump in and master the nation's most popular MP3 player.

The IPod & ITunes Pocket Guide, Second Edition

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 240

View: 343

IPod users want to start using their devices as soon as they get their hands on them, and this guide shows them how. In these pages, trusted gadget teacher Christopher Breen reveals the secrets to using the leading portable player. This handy guide offers the quickest way to learn how to use the iTunes Store (including the new movie store!), import songs from CDs, and how to pick the right accessories. Readers will also find thorough coverage of the entire iPod family, including the iPod shuffle ($79-1GB; the world's smallest MP3 player), iPod nano ($149-2GB; $199-4GB; $249-8GB), and the updated iPod ($249-30GB and $349-80GB, which holds up to 20,000 songs or 100 hours of video). Along the way, Christopher offers hints for burning CDs, tips for making the most of the device's storage capabilities,and troubleshooting advice for when the gadgets become uncooperative.
Computers

The Flip Mino Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 192

View: 813

The Flip Mino and MinoHD are the best-selling family of affordable and simple-to-use digital camcorders in the U.S. Since its launch in 2007, Flip Video has sold over 1.5 million camcorders. The Flip MinoHD is the world's smallest high definition camcorder at just over three oz. The MinoHD records up to 60 minutes of HD video and comes along with FlipShare software --this software allows Flip owners to plug the camcorder's signature flip-out USB arm into any computer for easy drag-and-drop video organizing, editing and sharing on YouTube, MySpace, AOL Video or via email. Loaded with plenty of tips and techniques, the Flip mino Pocket Guide shows readers how to effectively capture video and organize and edit the footage for optimal playback. All Flip models are covered including Flip Mino, Flip MinoHD, Flip Ultra, and Flip Video.
Technology & Engineering

The IPhone Pocket Guide

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 295

View: 313

Trusted gadget teacher Breen reveals the quickest way to learn the iPhone features, from navigating through music, TV shows, and movies to making phone calls and accessing address books, favorites lists, or call logs.
Computers

The iPhone Pocket Guide, Sixth Edition

Author: Christopher Breen

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 99998

View: 719

New Apple iPhone 4S users will want to start using their devices as soon as they get their hands on them, and The iPhone Pocket Guide shows them how. Trusted gadget teacher Christopher Breen reveals the quickest way to learn iPhone 4S features. Everything is covered including the basics such as making calls and navigating through your music, TV shows, and movies. Along the way, Christopher Breen offers hints for making the most of the device's settings and troubleshooting advice. New features in the iPhone 4S, and covered fully in this latest edition of The iPhone Pocket Guide, include an all new camera with advanced optics; full 1080p HD resolution video recording; and Siri, an intelligent assistant that helps you get things done just by asking.
Computers

The iPad Air and iPad mini Pocket Guide

Author: Jeff Carlson

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 288

View: 458

The category-defining iPad has reinvented the way we interact with digital content and the web. Versatile, portable, powerful, and elegantly designed, the iPad is the perfect companion for digital media. With Photos, music, movies, email, and hundreds of thousands of apps, the iPad helps you organize, explore, and maximize your digital world. Inexpensive and to-the-point, The iPad and iPad mini Pocket Guide is your perfect companion to all the features and functions of the iPad running the beautifully redesigned iOS 7, including: FaceTime, Siri, Photos, Notification Center, AirDrop, Safari, iTunes Radio, and more. It will help you get up-and-running with easy to understand instructions and then show you hidden gems and tips to make you a true iPad expert.
Computers

iPodpedia

Author: Michael Miller

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 528

View: 387

iPodpedia is the first book to show you everything that the iPod and iTunes have to offer–from music to movies and beyond. Whether you want to get the most out of your iPod’s music playback, create your own playlists, edit your music info and album art, convert your home movies and DVDs to iPod videos, listen to audiobooks and podcasts, or just unfreeze a frozen iPod, iPodpedia will show you how to do it. Michael Miller has written more than 75 non-fiction how-to books over the past two decades, including Googlepedia: The Ultimate Google Reference, Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computer Basics, How Microsoft Windows Vista Works, How Home Theater and HDTV Work, Tricks of the eBay Masters, and YouTube 4 You. His books have collectively sold more than a million copies worldwide, and he has established a reputation for offering real-world advice about complicated topics. More information can be found at the author’s website (www.molehillgroup.com) and at iPodPedia: The Blog (ipodpediatheblog.blogspot.com). Category Digital Music Covers iPod and iTunes for Windows® and Mac® Level Intermediate to Advanced
Computers

Podcasting Pocket Guide

Author: Kirk McElhearn

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 112

View: 593

With more than three thousand feeds in the iPodder directory and at least ten more being added every day, podcasting is undeniably hot. Podcasting Pocket Guide is a non-technical guide for the non-geek who wants in on this revolutionary new online medium--for those interested in enjoying the best podcasts or producing them. While podcasts seem like Internet "radio programs," they are definitely not radio. And that's a very good thing for people like you with something to say. Radio waves, after all, are heavily regulated, which means you can't say whatever you want on them (in fact, most of you can't say anything on them, assuming you don't happen to be DJs). But anyone who can make an MP3 recording, host it on a web site, and publish a "feed" for it can be a podcaster. And anyone who wants access to opinions and ideas that you won't get on the radio can find them on a podcast. Small enough to fit in your pocket, the portable and affordable Podcasting Pocket Guide shows you how to tune into the best podcasts and download them to your favorite portable device so you can listen to them wherever and whenever you want. This handy reference even includes a listener's guide with reviews of some of the most interesting and unusual podcasts available today. From unique views on current events to music you'd never hear otherwise to soundseeing tours that take you all over the world, there's something for everyone on virtually every conceivable topic. For aspiring podcasters, Podcasting Pocket Guide introduces you to the tools and techniques you'll need to make and publish podcasts with the most basic of equipment: a computer, a microphone, and some free software. It includes practical tips and how-tos for creating, recording, editing, and uploading your own, professional-quality podcast. Once you've made that first recording, you can publish it online, get it listed, and start obsessing over the size of your audience!

OS X Hints, Snow Leopard (Macworld Superguides)

Author:

Publisher: Macworld

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 344

When it comes to uncovering your Mac's hidden powers, there's no better resource than MacOSXHints.com, a collaborative Website that lets Mac users share their favorite tips and tricks. In fact, over the past ten years, the site has collected more than 13,000 hints. We've done more than just copying-and-pasting the hints from the site, though. We've also rewritten them all in a clear, straightforward fashion, complete with screenshots, to make them as easy-to-use as possible. We've tried to address nearly every aspect of Snow Leopard, including customizing the look of Finder windows, searching hidden system files with Spotlight, and making the most of OS X navigation tools like Quick Look, Exposé, and Spaces. Save time with undocumented shortcuts and unlock powerful file sharing and printing features. Follow the step-by-step advice on squeezing more power from OS X's productivity programs, including Mail, iCal, and iChat. Track down anything online and stay organized with Safari tips. Finally, take a trip to Terminal. If you're new to OS X's command-line interface, we'll show you how to get started and how to protect yourself from dangerous actions. If you're a command-line veteran, you'll find tips for taking advantage of hidden commands and strategies for working in Terminal more efficiently. And yes, if you are still using Leopard, we've still have the previous version of this book available. If you're looking to get the most out of Snow Leopard, this book is a great way to help you do just that. And once you're up to speed, we encourage you to share the wealth-post your own discoveries and tips at www.macosxhints.com.
Computers

The iPad Pocket Guide

Author: Jeff Carlson

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 264

View: 125

Inexpensive and to-the-point, The iPad Pocket Guide is a complete companion to all the features and functions of the iPad including: Facetime, HD Video, Mail, Safari, Photos and Video, App Store, iBooks, Maps, Notes, Calendar, Contacts, and more. It will help you get up-and-running with easy to understand instructions and then show you hidden gems and tips to make you a true iPad expert.
Computers

The Apple TV Pocket Guide

Author: Jeff Carlson

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 208

View: 273

Here is your essential companion to the Apple TV set-top box. The Apple TV Pocket Guide steers you through how to Connect your Apple TV to your television and home network. Rent and buy movies--including HD movies--using Apple TV. Stream content from a friend's computer to your TV. View high-definition content on your HDTV using the Apple TV. Watch movies and TV shows, view photos, and listen to songs and podcasts. Create high-quality movies from DVDs you own to play on the Apple TV. Convert your own home movies for showing on the big screen. Watch YouTube videos. View photos from iPhoto, Flickr, and .Mac Web Galleries. Fix common problems and learn what to do if you can't fix them yourself.