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Hi Just got my new N95 8GB have already lost spiderman 3! cant find an easy way of downloading my itunes tracks and have no idea how to move itune music videos to the phone can anyone please help this is turning into a disaster beginning to wish I'd stayed with an Ericsson!!!!!!
Just connect the phone using Mass Storage (File Transfer) from the USB menu that comes on when you plug the USB cable.
Then a new Hard Drive will be visible in your PC (like your C:\ and D:\ drive). That new Drive is the Phone mass storage.
Now open Windows File Explorer and go to the folder in your pc where iTUNES stores music and videos (as instructed above).
Now select some videos or songs you want to copy to your device.
Now go to Edit and then Copy.
Now browse to the New drive that was created when you connected the phone and select the appropriate folder (My Music or My Videos depending if it's video or music) and then select Edit then Paste. Now a window should open saying Copying and then an estimated time.
Wait until this finishes. Now find the icon to STOP devices (in XP or 2000 it's a gray box with a green arrow on top of it) in the tray (bottom right corner of your windows desktop), click on it and select "Safeley Remove USB mass storage device" wait until you get a bubble saying "It's now safe to disconnect" or similar, now disconnect the cable.
Hi El Loco followed your method to the letter it moved the itune video mpeg4 to the video section on the phone but wont play it gives the message invalid clip operation cancelled any ideas? Regards Viges
[URL="http://freewebcontents.blogspot.com/2009/11/videos-to-itunes.html"]videos to itunes[/URL]. Apple's AVC encoder is slow and quality is nothing special. Its MPEG-4 is not really better. Suppose that at least their AAC encoder is good though. iTunes only support MP4, H264 video, WMV. You can try the DVD to iTunes and Video to iTune