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305 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Dec 23, 2005 6:53 AM by MacMuse
On my iPod, that menu has a playlist called Death Cab for Cutie, because it's the only album I've purchased from the iTMS that had video content. But, sure enough, in that list is the entire album (including the non-video content).
Looking at the iPod, there is a Playlist under Videos|Video Playlists called "Purchased". This seems to be songs with and without videos (i.e. all of my purchased videos are there, but there are a host of non-video songs). I can't tell if it's every piece of iTunes Music Store music, and the playlist doesn't exist within iTunes, just the iPod
The Purchased playlist you see is from iTunes. It's the green "Purchased" playlist listed underneath the Music Store entry. You may need to click the triangle in front of the Music Store entry to see this playlist.iBook G4/1Ghz - Power Mac G3/233Mhz - HP Media Center m1264n dual-P4/3Ghz —, Mac OS X (10.3.9), — 6 iPods in da house, all work!
Now, if you don't want it to show up as a video playlist, simply remove all the videos from that list. One video makes it a "video playlist"
btabzWindows XP, 30GB White 5G iPod with video; Mighty Mouse; iTunes 6.0.1