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1987 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 18, 2009 7:40 PM by DHodges
Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2009 8:45 AM (in response to JohnFreitag)" Is it true that you can't have movies and music on the same device?"
Of course it's not true. You can have movies and music on the ipod.
Were you manually managing music and trying to sync movies? You can only do one or the other sync or manually manage. If you manually manage one, you have to manually manage the other.
"On the other problem, it was done for HDTV, if that is the issue how do I solve the problem?"
Ipod touch does not support HD, you need the SD version in a format compatible with ipod touch. These can be found in the manual.powerbook g4, iMac 20, Mac OS X (10.6.1), airport express, iphone, ipod, ipod touch
Currently Being ModeratedDec 18, 2009 7:40 PM (in response to roaminggnome)Well your reply apparently answers my question re: the same issue.
My only difference is I got no warning that music would be deleted (at least none that I noticed). I either dragged or 'Add[ed] to Library' a DVD movie to iTunes. Then I synced the movie to the 64gb iPod Touch. As I said, no notice or warning, it just went right into importing/syncing the movie.
I was impressed with the results until I noticed 19gb - or - 4,646 songs were now missing.
Yes, I had turned auto sync off and had iTunes set to 'Manually manage' songs (because the auto-sync when you have beaucoup number of songs is not ideal that I can tell - - I've synced to a playlist that is set to 'Non-Live Update"; however, that playlist keeps adding back songs automatically that I don't want in it or on my iPod).
Here's the kicker - - after the DVD sync deleted all my music, neither the "Manually Manage" or the "Open iTunes Automatically (and sync)" boxes were check-marked. I certainly didn't turn them both off. Is this a bug? I'll report it to Apple as such.15 FP iMac 800mhz, Mac OS X (10.4.11), 1gb RAM; 60gb intl/250gb extl HD