Instruction d'utilisation Apple 101

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iPods 101:
HOW TO GET THE MOST FROM
YOUR iPOD

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………. 4 CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED …………………………. 6 Windows PC ……………………………………………… 6 Macintosh ………………………………………………….7 Preparing Your iPod ……………………………………8 Playing Music ……………………………………………..9 CHAPTER 2: IPOD CONTROLS …………………………… 10 Wheel Functions ………………………………………. 11 CHAPTER 3: MAKING THE MOST OF ITUNES ……….. 13 CHAPTER 4: ORGANIZING AND TRANSFERRING MUSIC ……………………………………………………………. 14 Transfer Music Automatically ……………………...15 CHAPTER 5: TRANSFER AND VIEW DIG

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CHAPTER 7: IPOD FOR MAP DIRECTIONS …………… 26 CHAPTER 8: IMPORT AUDIO BOOKS ……………………28 Optimize Your Import Settings …………………….29 Importing …………………………………………………30 CHAPTER 9: VOICE RECORDING WITH IPOD ……….34 Audio Hardware ………………………………………..35 Start Recording …………………………………………37 CHAPTER 10: LASER BEAM AND FLASHLIGHT ……..40 CHAPTER 11: REMOTE CONTROL ……………………….41 Recording The Signal ………………………………..43 Adding The Signal To Your iPod ………………….45 CHAPTER 12: THE BOOM BOX …………………………...45 CHAPTER 13: MAKING SM

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iPod Preferences ……………………………………….58 CONCLUSION …………………………………………………..59 INTRODUCTION Since the iPod was first introduce over fours ago is has proven to be a versatile little tool. Even though the architecture is tightly closed, hackers have managed to find their way in so that they can make modifications. Software developers and creators of content have made it possible for you to use the iPod to keep all kinds of information at your finger tips. Besides being a unique way to carry arou

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 Store up to thousands of songs from your private music collection so that you can listen to them wherever you want to take them.  Store up to thousands of digital photos. This is ideal for viewing whenever you want as well as for backing up your digital photos until you can transfer them to your computer.  Import photos from your digital camera by using the iPod Camera Connector. This is ideal for when you are traveling and your digital camera care is full.  Look at your photos thro

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 You can record your own voice memos. This is done by purchasing an optional microphone.  You can play games. The following pages outline some of the creative things that you can do with your iPod. CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED One you purchase your iPod, getting started is easy! Apple has made it easy since the instructions included with your iPod are accurate and concise. Depending on what computer operating system you have, the instructions will vary slightly. Windows PC To use your

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 iTunes. Make sure that you are running the latest version, 4.7 or higher. You should find iTunes on the CD that is included with your iPod purchase.  Software for your iPod. You should find the software on the CD that is included with your iPod purchase. Note that your iPod can be used to import photo collections directly from Adobe Photoshop Album. Keep in mind that this is optional software. You can also import your digital photos directly from your computer or directly from your

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checking out the iTunes website at www.apple.com/itunes.  Software for your iPod. You should find the software on the CD that is included with your iPod purchase. Preparing your iPod Before you start using your iPod you will need to prepare it for use. You will need to charge the battery, install the software, and take the time to import songs from your CD collection or from music folders on your computer. Don’t forget that you can also purchase songs from the iTunes Music Store. The

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have two options when it comes to obtaining music for your iPod: (1) importing to your computer from a CD, or (2) buying music online at iTunes. To import music from a CD use the following steps: 1. Choose a CD and put it into your CD drive. Once iTunes has been installed it will open automatically and the CD that you have inserted will appear in the iTunes Source list. 2. Check off any songs that you don’t want to transfer. Click on import. 3. Continue this process for all of the mus

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disconnect. Disconnecting is easy by squeezing both sides of the dock connector before you remove it from your iPod. Use the wheel on your iPod to choose a song to play. CHAPTER 2: MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR IPOD CONTROLS Press any button your iPod to activate it so that the main menu displays. You will quickly learn to use the click wheel in combination with the select button to move through the menus on the screen. You will also use the wheel and button to look at information, change t

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Wheel Functions Following are some basic wheel functions that you will want to get the hang of using:  Tuning the iPod: Press any button.  Turning off the iPod: Press the play/pause button and hold down.  Selecting an item on the menu: Use the wheel to scroll to the menu item. Press and hold the select button. 11

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 Return to the previous menu: Press and hold the menu button.  Searching for a song: Choose the music option which is found on the main menu.  Playing a song: Make sure the song that you want to play is highlighted. Press the play/pause button or select. Remember that your iPod must be disconnected from your computer before you can play any songs.  Playing an entire album: Make sure that the album, or playlist, that you want to play is highlighted. Press the play/pause button.

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An orange bar will appear if you have done this correctly.  Scrolling through your photos: Go to the photo viewing screen. Use the wheel to move back and forth through your digital photos.  Using the photo slideshow: Choose an album or a single photo. Press the play button. CHAPTER 3: MAKING THE MOST OF ITUNES iTunes is a unique software application that Apple uses exclusively for the iPod. You will use iTunes to organize and manage the music that you have on your computer before y

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 Create your own music CDs. You will need to have a CD burner in your computer to do this.  Create your own playlists of songs that you want to listen to in one session. You can then publish your playlist, which is called an “iMix”, to the iTunes Music Store for others to see and use as inspiration.  Create your own “Party Shuffle” playlists. This option allows you to make a playlist that is then put on shuffle so that songs are played in random order.  Listen to songs on the Intern

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Organizing and transferring music from your computer to your iPod is what makes the iPod such a unique MP3 player. Music transfer is fast and easy. When you connect your iPod to your computer it will connect automatically by default. Transfer Music Automatically You can set your iPod so that music is transferred automatically. The following steps will guide you to transfer your tunes:  In the iTunes Source List select the iPod button.  Click on the options button.  Choose automatical

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listen to so that as your musical tastes change, so does your iPod music and artist selection. You also have the ability to manually transfer songs to your iPod. This gives you the capability of transferring individual songs as well as playlists. This feature is ideal if you are going to be using your iPod with more than one computer. Think of the unlimited possibilities. You can use your iPod between your home computer and your computer at work with blinking an eye. Transferring musi

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computer without worry of losing important data. You can then transfer these photos to your iPod for viewing. Another great function of the iPod Photo is that you can connect your iPod to your television so that you can view them with family and friends. Pictures can be viewed as a slide show complete with background music. Transfer Digital Photos from Camera to Computer The iPod is a great way to import the photos that are on your digital camera, or digital photo card, to your computer n

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 You have the ability to import other types of digital images into iPhoto. This includes any images that you have downloaded from the Internet. If you don’t have the iPhoto program you can still import digital photos to your computer using “Image Capture”. Start by connecting your camera, or the digital camera card, to the computer. Next, open up the “Image Capture” program. You can download all of the available digital photos or you can choose specific images to transfer. Transfer P

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 Open up the iTunes program and choose the iPod icon in the iTunes Source List.  Choose the options button.  Click on photos and then choose the synchronize option. When the pop up menu appears, photos from choose the iPhoto option.  You can now choose to copy all of your digital photos to your iPod. Or you can choose to copy only certain photos from your iPhoto albums. Keep in mind that every time you connect your iPod to your computer, the photos will be automatically transferred.

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 You have the option of importing all of your photos to your iPod or you can choose to import only certain photos from your photo albums. This option requires that you choose the copy selected albums only selection. Remember that when you connect your iPod to your computer that all of your photos, unless otherwise indicated, will be automatically transferred to your iPod. Another way that you can transfer digital photos to your iPod is to transfer them from a folder on your hard drive.


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