The Resource The little iTunes book, Bob LeVitus

The little iTunes book, Bob LeVitus

Label
The little iTunes book
Title
The little iTunes book
Statement of responsibility
Bob LeVitus
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
LeVitus, Bob
Dewey number
006.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
ML74.4.I49
LC item number
L48 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Digital jukebox software
  • iTunes
Label
The little iTunes book, Bob LeVitus
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
Getting to Know Itunes -- In the Beginning -- The (extremely abridged) history of sound and the Mac -- Compression and MP3 -- iTunes at last -- A brief look at some of what iTunes does -- Before Using iTunes -- Mandatory stuff -- A Mac -- The iTunes program -- Plenty of disk space -- Optional stuff -- CD-R or CD-RW drive -- Blank discs ("blank media") -- Cables (external CD-R and CD-RW drives only) -- Internet connection -- Speakers -- Portable MP3 player -- The iTunes Guided Tour -- Overview and tour -- Status display -- Search field -- Minimize box -- Browse button -- Song/Radio Detail list -- Window resizer -- Eject Disk button -- Visual Effects button -- Repeat button -- Shuffle button -- New Playlist button -- Source list -- Volume control -- Close window box -- Back button -- Play button -- Forward button -- Good Help is hard to find -- Using iTunes Help -- Balloon Help -- Working with Itunes -- Ripping Songs -- Getting ready to rip -- A brief Internet interlude -- The actual act of ripping -- Let it rip! -- Beyond basic ripping -- Where the MP3 files are -- Encoding to file formats other than MP3 -- Quality vs. file size -- Editing song information -- All About the Library and Playlists -- No card required! -- Adding and deleting songs -- The obvious way -- The other way -- Editing song information -- Read this before you edit multiple songs -- Editing outside the box -- Browsing the Library -- Playing with playlists -- Creating and deleting playlists -- Changing your playlists -- Library and playlist tricks -- Views -- Sorting lists -- Working with columns -- Searching -- Burning an Audio CD -- The preliminaries to a successful burn -- Songs -- CD-RW (or CD-R) drive -- Blank discs -- Burn, baby, burn! -- Troubleshooting burns -- "No burner or software was found" -- Burns that fail -- Labeling burned discs -- Getting More out of Itunes -- Inside iTunes -- iTunes menus -- The File menu -- The Edit menu -- The Controls menu -- The Visuals menu -- The Advanced menu -- The Help menu -- Preferences -- Importing -- Advanced -- One last look at Visuals -- iTunes Visualizer shortcuts -- Visual Effects plug-ins -- Music on the Internet -- Sharing files and Napster -- What's good about Napster -- The bad and the ugly -- Music Web sites -- Listen.com -- MP3.com -- MP3 search engines -- Informative and entertaining music sites -- Internet Radio -- Radio, radio -- Listening to built-in stations -- Live365.com--even better Internet radio -- Still more Internet radio (if you need it) -- If you already know the address -- More Stuff You Should Probably Know -- Compression and Sound Quality -- The big picture -- Compress and compress some more -- Choosing a bit rate -- Making a reference version -- Choosing a custom bit rate -- The proof is in the hearing -- Testing 1, 2, 3 -- My conclusions -- Portable MP3 Players -- What to look for in a portable MP3 player -- How portable MP3 players store files -- Using a portable MP3 player with iTunes -- How to download songs to your supported MP3 player -- Other Cool Stuff -- Hardware -- Speakers -- External CD-RW drive -- A great big external hard disk -- Keyspan Digital Media Remote -- Software -- MP3 Rage -- Amadeus II -- Toast 5 Titanium -- iTunes System Requirements and Installation -- System requirements -- Hardware -- System software -- Supported MP3 players -- Supported CD-RW drives -- Installing iTunes -- Easy Install -- Custom Install -- iTunes Setup Assistant -- How to Back Up Your Music (and Should You Bother?) -- Should I back up my MP3s? -- How to back up -- Manual backups -- The easy way: use Retrospect
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 177 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036365970
Label
The little iTunes book, Bob LeVitus
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
Getting to Know Itunes -- In the Beginning -- The (extremely abridged) history of sound and the Mac -- Compression and MP3 -- iTunes at last -- A brief look at some of what iTunes does -- Before Using iTunes -- Mandatory stuff -- A Mac -- The iTunes program -- Plenty of disk space -- Optional stuff -- CD-R or CD-RW drive -- Blank discs ("blank media") -- Cables (external CD-R and CD-RW drives only) -- Internet connection -- Speakers -- Portable MP3 player -- The iTunes Guided Tour -- Overview and tour -- Status display -- Search field -- Minimize box -- Browse button -- Song/Radio Detail list -- Window resizer -- Eject Disk button -- Visual Effects button -- Repeat button -- Shuffle button -- New Playlist button -- Source list -- Volume control -- Close window box -- Back button -- Play button -- Forward button -- Good Help is hard to find -- Using iTunes Help -- Balloon Help -- Working with Itunes -- Ripping Songs -- Getting ready to rip -- A brief Internet interlude -- The actual act of ripping -- Let it rip! -- Beyond basic ripping -- Where the MP3 files are -- Encoding to file formats other than MP3 -- Quality vs. file size -- Editing song information -- All About the Library and Playlists -- No card required! -- Adding and deleting songs -- The obvious way -- The other way -- Editing song information -- Read this before you edit multiple songs -- Editing outside the box -- Browsing the Library -- Playing with playlists -- Creating and deleting playlists -- Changing your playlists -- Library and playlist tricks -- Views -- Sorting lists -- Working with columns -- Searching -- Burning an Audio CD -- The preliminaries to a successful burn -- Songs -- CD-RW (or CD-R) drive -- Blank discs -- Burn, baby, burn! -- Troubleshooting burns -- "No burner or software was found" -- Burns that fail -- Labeling burned discs -- Getting More out of Itunes -- Inside iTunes -- iTunes menus -- The File menu -- The Edit menu -- The Controls menu -- The Visuals menu -- The Advanced menu -- The Help menu -- Preferences -- Importing -- Advanced -- One last look at Visuals -- iTunes Visualizer shortcuts -- Visual Effects plug-ins -- Music on the Internet -- Sharing files and Napster -- What's good about Napster -- The bad and the ugly -- Music Web sites -- Listen.com -- MP3.com -- MP3 search engines -- Informative and entertaining music sites -- Internet Radio -- Radio, radio -- Listening to built-in stations -- Live365.com--even better Internet radio -- Still more Internet radio (if you need it) -- If you already know the address -- More Stuff You Should Probably Know -- Compression and Sound Quality -- The big picture -- Compress and compress some more -- Choosing a bit rate -- Making a reference version -- Choosing a custom bit rate -- The proof is in the hearing -- Testing 1, 2, 3 -- My conclusions -- Portable MP3 Players -- What to look for in a portable MP3 player -- How portable MP3 players store files -- Using a portable MP3 player with iTunes -- How to download songs to your supported MP3 player -- Other Cool Stuff -- Hardware -- Speakers -- External CD-RW drive -- A great big external hard disk -- Keyspan Digital Media Remote -- Software -- MP3 Rage -- Amadeus II -- Toast 5 Titanium -- iTunes System Requirements and Installation -- System requirements -- Hardware -- System software -- Supported MP3 players -- Supported CD-RW drives -- Installing iTunes -- Easy Install -- Custom Install -- iTunes Setup Assistant -- How to Back Up Your Music (and Should You Bother?) -- Should I back up my MP3s? -- How to back up -- Manual backups -- The easy way: use Retrospect
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 177 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036365970

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