Discovering how to put videos on iPod is worthwhile and also a straightforward process once you’ve followed the simple steps. Video playback is one of the iPod’s great feature’s which you can enjoy. This article will guide you on how to put videos on iPod so you can take advantage of the video playback feature. The iPod’s which have this video feature are iPod classic, iPod Nano (3rd and 4th generation), iPod (5th generation) or the iPod touch.
The iPod can only play H.264 or MPEG-4 encoded video’s so you need to ensure that your video is in one of these formats before transferring it to your iPod. These video file’s should end with either of these file extensions; mp4,.m4v or.mov. If the video you want to transfer to your iPod isn’t in either of these formats, there are free video conversion tools available online that will convert your video to one of these formats.
Firstly, you need to go on the iTunes’s software application. Click on the File menu, then click Add File to Library then select the video you want to put on your iPod. Alternatively you can drag and drop your file into your iTunes library if you prefer. Next open your video file then click on “Videos” in the Source section. “Videos” is located just under “Podcasts”.
Finally you need to sync the video to your iPod. Ensure that you’ve connected your iPod to your computer via the USB cable then in the iTune’s software, drag the video file onto the iPod logo and then release your mouse when “+” appears around the cursor. Your video file will then be transferred to your iPod automatically.