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4. How to use it (PLEASE READ THIS SECTION)
Once vPod is installed you will need to tell it where to find your
music. Select "Add Files..." from the File menu and select the directory
where you keep all your music and playlists. vPod will search all
subdirectories so you only have to tell it the top most directory to search.
You can do this as many times as you want or need to and vPod will keep adding
files to it's internal database. It will never duplicate a file, so if you add
the same directory more than once, don't worry about it. The scanning
process can take a few minutes while vPod loads all the tags and information
from your files. This only has to happen once, so be patient.
Next you need to tell vPod where to find your iPod. Select
"Select iPod Drive..." from the iPod menu and choose the drive that your
iPod is mounted on. If it's not listed you need to enable disk mode
for your iPod.
The rest is easy! In the main window you will see tabs containing all
the songs and playlists that vPod was able to learn about. If
you want to put something on the iPod, just put a check next to it. If
you want to remove something that is already on the iPod, uncheck it. The
status bar below tells you how much space you have left on your iPod as
you make changes and will tell you if you select too much.
Once you are happy with all your selections, just select "Synchronize..."
from the iPod menu and vPod goes to work.
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