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CHAPTER 30: Your iTunes User Guide
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Figure 30 4. The iTunes video tutorials.
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In the iTunes app, you can also configure your iPhone to sync with your personal information, data, and pictures, as we will explain later in this chapter. It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the features of iTunes by going to www.apple.com/itunes/tutorials/ and watching the various iTunes tutorials.
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There are many ways to view your music, videos, and other media in iTunes on your computer. Getting familiar with these views on your computer will help you use your device in general because you will notice that your iPhone also has many of the same views. There are three customizable primary views: List, Grid, and Cover Flow.
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Click the left-most of the three view icons to see the List view (see Figure 30 5). You can re-sort the list by any column by clicking that column s heading. For example, to sort by name, you would click the Name column heading. To reverse the sort order, just click the same column heading again. This List view can be especially helpful for finding all the songs by a particular artist or on a particular album.
Select this icon for List View
TIP: Click on any column header to re-sort.
List View shows details of songs.
Figure 30 5. The iTunes List view.
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Grid View
Click the middle icon to show the Grid view (see Figure 30 6). This is a very graphical view, and it is helpful if you want to quickly find album or poster art.
Resort by Album, Artist, Genre or Composer. Select this icon for Grid View
TIP: Use this slider to control icon sizes.
Some albums do not have artwork. TIP: Try Advanced > Get Album Artwork to get it.
Figure 30 6. The iTunes Grid view.
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Cover Flow View
Click the right-most icon to see Cover Flow view (see Figure 30-7). This is a fun view because it is visual, and you can quickly flip through the images using the slider bar to browse through the album covers. Like the Album view, this view provides an easy way to find an album when you know what the cover looks like.
Select this icon for Cover Flow
Use this slider to select a different album.
All songs on the selected album are shown here.
Figure 30 7. The iTunes Cover Flow view.
Playing Songs, Videos and More
If you are new to iTunes, these basic pointers can help you get around the app (see Figure 30 8): Playing a song, video, or podcast: Double-click an item to start playing it. Controlling the song or video: Use the Rewind, Pause, and Fast Forward buttons, in addition to the Volume slider in the upper left corner, to control the playback.
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Moving to a different part of the song or video: Just click the diamond in the slider bar under the song name in the top of the window and drag it left or right, as desired.
Song controls. Volume. Slider to change place in song. Currently playing song. Genius Sidebar shows similar music.
Double-click any song to start playing it.
Total size of music library (423 songs, 1.5 days, 3.6 GB)
Show or hide Genius Sidebar.
Figure 30 8. Playing your songs, videos, and more in iTunes.
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Finding Things in iTunes
If your library does not already contain hundreds or thousands of songs and other media, it will soon! How do you quickly find that special song you are in the mood for right now The quickest way to locate an individual song or video is to use the Search bar in the upper right corner of the iTunes app.
Matching songs are shown here. Enter search words separated by spaces.
The total count of matching songs.
Figure 30 9. Searching for media in iTunes.
In the Search window, just start typing any part of a name in the following categories to find an item (see Figure 30-10): Artist name Album name Composer Song/video name You will notice that, as soon as you type the first letter, iTunes will narrow your search results (shown in the Main window) by that letter. In this case, iTunes is finding all matching songs/videos that have the letter (or series of letters) that match any part of the artist, album, composer, or song/video name.
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Tap the magnifying glass to select a specific search category.
Figure 30 10. Narrowing the search categories by using the magnifying glass.
Ways to Search iTunes
You can type any combination of words to match the item you are trying to find. For example, assume you know that the song you want has the word love in the title, and the song is by U2. You could just type in those two words, separated by a space; Love U2 will immediately show all matching items (see Figure 30 11). In this case, only two songs match, so you can quickly double-click the song you want to listen to. Search is also contextual. This means that if you are in your music library, the search function will search for music; whereas if you are in your apps library, the search will look only for apps. In every search, both your own library and the App Store web site will be searched.
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