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  • 2.0 stars

    "Huge Let Down"

    January 16, 2006  |   By SeizeCTRL

    Pros

    The only way I can add stuff to my 60gb Video iPod... oh wait, that's a con also ;)

    Cons

    Been waiting a long time to be able to tag my TV Shows as TV Shows. Finally get this option only to quickly discover that after updating my iPod, my TV Shows have all disappeared. This feature DOES NOT WORK AT ALL!!! You have to go back in and change them to Movies to get them to show up again.

    Genre of Audiobook is completely useless, so if you have your own audiobooks you want to upload, don't expect them to fall into the correct category inside your iPod by simply selecting audiobook as the genre. You need to merge/join all the mp3s into 1 track, then convert that track to a m4a, rename it to m4b and then upload it.

    As already pointed out the "phone home" that sends Apple your musical listening habbits.

    Apparently the only way to get QuickTime now... so if you have no need for iTunes but need QuickTime you are out of luck... unless you want to use the wonderful QuickAlternative.

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