[macvoiceover] Re: Itunes and vo quenstions.

hi,

thanks for your reply, that's a lot of songs!

Ash.
On 30 Nov 2009, at 22:20, Ricardo Walker wrote:

> Hello Ashley,
> 
> As to your first question I have never heard of such a thing existing in 
> iTunes.  I have a little under 16,000 songs in my iTunes library.  I have a 
> iPod touch and dragging and dropping is only needed when you have your ipod 
> set to manually manage your content.  I have never tried this because I just 
> have iTunes sync all my media automatically.  I'm not sure if manual drag and 
> drop works with VO.  If it does, you would drop the songs into the ipod which 
> shows up in your sources table, or in to a playlist  .
> 
> hth
> On Nov 30, 2009, at 2:54 PM, ashley wrote:
> 
>> Hello everybody,
>> 
>> I have 2 itunes questions, both sort of vo related. 
>> 
>> 1. I can only seam to add 99 albums to my itunes library. If I try to add 
>> more, i get the little sound to say the albums are added, but they aren't. 
>> Does anybody know how to fix this?
>> 
>> 2 - vo related. I might be getting an ipod touch in the future. I was 
>> reading in the help files for itunes that you need to drag-and-drop songs 
>> onto the device to sink them. Is there a way to do this with v.o? Where do i 
>> drop the sonds? Can I do entire artests or albums?
>> 
>> Thanks for any answers/suggestions, and sorry if these were not really vo 
>> related.
>> thanks
>> ash>
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