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iTunes 10 Essential Training takes an in-depth look into the popular music and media hub from Apple. Author Garrick Chow demonstrates how to perform the core functions in iTunes: playing, purchasing, sharing, and streaming content. The course also covers specialized features such as setting parental controls, syncing with iPods, subscribing to podcasts, listening to Internet radio, using the Genius feature, the Ping social network, and much more. Exercise files are included with the course.
If you have a premium subscription to the lynda.com Online Training Library, you have access to the Exercise Files used in this tutorial. Just copy the Exercise Files folder to your computer's Desktop or to another convenient location. Now due to licensing and copyright restrictions, I can't provide you with all the songs and videos used in these movies. So you'll have to work with your own songs on your own computer, but this is probably a good thing if your musical tastes don't match mine. For the most part though, you can learn what I'm showing you just by watching and using the Excise Files I was able to provide, or you can always try what I'm showing you with any of your own music and video files as well.
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