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Sync your ipod with Windows Media Player May 7, 2007

Posted by ronandi in Applications, Cool, Hardware.
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If you own an ipod, then you know how annoying it is to try to transfer music onto your ipod from two different computers. Itunes simply does not let you. One must either try to use a .m4p conversion program (that probably doesn’t work), or they have to burn to the music to a cd, and then rip into mp3 format to be imported. However, I have found a really handy plug-in for windows media player, that simply allows you to click and drag music files, or a whole playlist.

Info:(From wmplugins.com)

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MGTEK (find all plug-ins by this vendor)

MGTEK dopisp is a plug-in for Windows Media Player that enables you to sync your MP3 music to your iPod directly from within Windows Media Player. There is no external user interface, no fluff, not even a program icon to click on. Just connect your iPod, fire up Windows Media Player, and start moving your music to your iPod.

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Availability: Shareware/Trial Version Shareware/Trial Version Cost: $15.00 USD

More at: http://www.wmplugins.com/ItemDetail.aspx?ItemID=989

 

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