[macvoiceover] Re: mystery of audible books

You can set up an automator action--while the iPod is plugged in!--to "add selected songs to playlist" and pick your iPod as the playlist.


Once that's done,you go into iTunes, select the stuff you want to add, then quickly switch to the autmator action and open it.

After a wait your stuff is added.

Jane


On Apr 15, 2008, at 10:32 AM, Ginny wrote:

When I called audible, they suggested I try adding the books manually. Do any of you guys add items manually to your ipods? I suppose I'll have to get a sighted person to look at my ipod and see if the books are actually there, but the agent at audible assured me that having activated itunes was all I needed to do. I remember having to activate my ipod when I used it on
the pc, though.  Hmmm...
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Did you activate the ipod on your audible account? The books can be
on the ipod, but won't play until you add the ipod to your list of
devices on your account. You may need to call audible to get it
added, or they can tell you how it is to be done. I can't remember
what I needed to do to add mine to the account.
MLP
On Apr 13, 2008, at 8:59 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:

Maybe each of the audible books you downloaded is too large for the
ipod's memory capacity to handle.



On Fri, 21 Mar 2008, Ginny wrote:

Hi, listers.  I have been adding music to my ipod by selecting
"add selected
songs and playlists to ipod," making a playlist, and selecting
it.  However,
the audible books in this playlist don't seem to be on my ipod.
My audible
account is activated-I can definitely play audible books from my
itunes.
First, is there a better way to add specific music to an ipod?
Secondly, is
there any reason why my audible books aren't being added?

I know that someone suggested that "ipod" would be one of the
playlist
options under the "add to playlist" submenue, but it isn't for
me.  I hope
this makes sense.  Thanks in advance for your help.

Ginny





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