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femlyn

femlyn

I looked for a little while and did not see it... How do I get the download to show up and work in iTunes? Thanks.
femlyn

femlyn

More- I saved it in the iTunes folders - both as Music and as a Podcast. However, it does not show up in the actual iTunes list on the computer or ipod. Does someone know how to download the files so that the show up in iTunes?
Pascal-P

Pascal-P

I'll try and help; Try these steps: 1)After you download the audio lesson in question, try right clicking it and selecting open with> iTunes. (Just saving it in the folders might not add it to your library, since the proper file associations need to be made.) 2)It should then be automatically imported and added to the iTunes folders. 3)Then, when you plug in your iPod, click sync (unless it syncs automatically), and make sure that the track is added, usually by having "Sync all music" checked in iPod options, or else click the album that is created "Rocket X Y", where X = Language and Y = level (premium, premium plus etc.), drag it to " [Your Name] iPod" in the sidebar, and it should sync. 4) [optional] The audio files seem to be named with underscores, so if you want to remove them, right-click the track in iTunes, select "get info" and edit the "Track name" as you wish. Hope that helps. if it doesn't, just let me know and I'll try to help more.
femlyn

femlyn

I did #1. I was able to add the files, but I had to Play each and every track briefly so that it would add to iTunes and show up on the main list (before it was visable in the computer folder, but didn't show up on the iTunes list. I haven't synched yet, but don't expect a problem. Merci Pascal!
MichaelJS47

MichaelJS47

With a Mac it is pretty simple. (naturalement) I just right-click on the download audio file icon within Rocket, downloading directly to my desktop. Then I open iTunes, with the music library displayed as text (no album art). Then I drag the whole iTunes window off to the side a bit, exposing my desktop with the audio file icon (the one I downloaded) Then I simply drag and drop that icon into the iTunes song list. I do a right click on the audio entry and do a Get Info so I can add a genre (Language Learning) to the file, or edit the way the title is displayed, etc. As a final step, I have set up a playlist called Rocket French (1), to which I drag a copy of the edited file (just drag and drop it; the original will stay in the library, as playlists are just aliases or shortcuts). Alors, when I sync my iPod, I can find the Rocket files by searching either under Playlists or under Genres. I have lots of other French materials on my pod from other sources, so I find that using the playlist structure is a good way of keeping everything well organized in iTunes (My primary playlist folder is called French Language.... it works for me )) Hope this is helpful..... some of this may work similarly with a PC. Bonne chance!!!

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