Importing videos


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Importing videos

So far we've been concentrating on importing music in iTunes, but as we've learned, iTunes also has the ability to manage, organize, and play video files as well. These could be TV shows, movies, music videos, or podcasts you download from the iTunes store, or they could be your own video files that you yourself create or download from other sources. The only thing you have to bear in mind is that the videos have to be in a format that QuickTime can play, like .movs, .m4vs or .mp4 movies. Otherwise, importing a video is really no different than importing an audio file.

On my desktop I have a folder called videos that I copied from the excise files folder and in here I have a movie called SouthernUtah. To add that to my iTunes library, I just drag it in. And it can be either dragged into the main iTunes window or to the library. Again, I have my preferences set to copy files into my iTunes library, so my songs and movies are all in one place, instead of scattered around my hard ...

Importing videos
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Importing videos provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iTunes 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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iTunes
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