2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 7, 2006 9:25 AM by Tony Chen
Tony Chen Level 1 Level 1
Hello, I have a company project coming up which I need to buy a few hundred iPod videos and then transfer some video which we will film / edit to all the iPods.

These iPod will be given to company employees and in there will be some videos about my company etc...

My question is what is the best way to transfer the videos to these iPods??? I can't really use iTunes because it will pair up the iPod with my computer and when the employee get it and put it onto their computer then it will wipe my video.

So I was wondering:

1. How can I transfer the video to the iPods without using iTunes?

2. Is there anyway so that the videos are not deleted when they connect to their own computer? I know that in iTunes, I can set the auto sync but ideally, I don't want to do that because it will mean that I have to open it up in iTunes (and therefore pairing it with my computer).

Any help would be appreciated!!!

I have a Mac and also PC so i don't mind which platform i do this on.

  Mac OS X (10.4.7)  
  • Bryan Mick Level 6 Level 6
    Wow - can I come work for you?
    ; )

    You could load the video to the iPods using iTunes, then provide them the video on a disk as well, so once they set up the iPod on their machines at home, they can load the video into their own iTunes library from that.

  • Tony Chen Level 1 Level 1
    One of the problem is that some staff don't know anything about computers let alone iPods. What I was going to go is load the video to the iPod (some how) and then also do an podcast so they can "subscribe" to the podcast and therefore can download to the iPod afterward.

    This is just to make sure that the employee don't delete the video as soon as they get the iPod.