[macvoiceover] Re: weird problem with iPod (a little off topic...)

the only thing I can think of is that there isn't enough room on the IPod for them.


On Dec 29, 2008, at 1:55 PM, Ignasi Cambra wrote:

I did try restoring, and my language is set to english. I also thought about using it as a disk being the problem so I turned it off. And nothing. iTunes happily leaves 600 audio files in my hard drive instead of sending them to the iPod. I can't even imagine why it's doing this...

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Subject: [macvoiceover] Re: weird problem with iPod (a little off topic...)


try restore and make sure your language is set to english. Also, what voice are you using? I understand that not all windows voices will go. also, you have to make sure there is enough room on your nano. Lastly, uncheck the disk use checkbox.

On Dec 28, 2008, at 10:54 PM, Ignasi Cambra wrote:

I use a Mac most of the time when I'm at school, but I'm home for christmas using a Windows pc. I got an iPod nano 4g two days ago and have been unable to use the spoken menus. I hope they work just fine with the mac... But in any case here's what happens: I tell iTunes to generate the menus, and it sure does generate them, but the audio files containing the voice, which are supposed to be sent somewhere in my iPod, apear in c:\. There is like 600 of them, and they do play nicely in Windows, but they just can't make their way into my iPod. Any suggestions...?
Thanks!

Ignasi


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