728 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 19, 2009 2:34 PM by the fiend
Is this a video Podcast?
If so, it's possible that the Podcast's producer has changed their software or the format they output the video to. Perhaps, as a result, they now use a format that cannot be played on the iPod. In theory, iTunes should not transfer a video to your iPod if the iPod cannot play it, for instance if the bit rate is too high (for the iPod) or it's a High Definition video. Note that I said "in theory". I've had videos that turn off the iPod!
You could always "uncheck" the episode (the tick-box next to the episode - in Windows at least) which would leave it in iTunes but not transfer it to the iPod. Or you could try highlighting the video and clicking on *Advanced/Create iPod version* but that doesn't always work!
Don't forget, Podcasts are not produced only for the iPod but for everyone with any type of media player. So it could be that the producer doesn't know (or doesn't care) that their work no longer plays on the iPod. You could try contacting them to let them know.