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Part I: The iPod > Building an iPod’s Music Library

Chapter 5. Building an iPod’s Music Library

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • Get an overview of how to build your iTunes music Library.

  • Determine how much iPod space you need and how much you have.

  • Understand and configure your iPod update options.

  • Update specific songs and playlists on your iPod automatically.

  • Update your iPod’s music manually.

  • Play an iPod’s music on a computer other than the one you use to build the iPod’s music library.

The first time you connected your iPod to your computer, all the music in your iTunes Library was transferred to your iPod automatically—that is, all the music that would fit within the iPod’s disk space limitations. If your iPod has enough disk space to hold all your iTunes music, then everything is just fine. However, as you build your iTunes Library, there may come a day when this isn’t true anymore and you can’t just let everything run on automatic to keep your iPod’s music library current. That’s where this chapter comes in. Here, you’ll learn how to take control over the music stored on your iPod, especially if your iPod’s disk isn’t large enough to hold your entire iTunes music.


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