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How to play video on your iPod Photo


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http://playlistmag.com/publications/...book/index.php

Check it out. Not a true iPod Video, but close enought
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http://playlistmag.com/publications/...book/index.php

Check it out. Not a true iPod Video, but close enought
The link discusses how to create sequential images using QT Pro. If anyone doesn't have QT Pro, he can do the same with Graphic Converter--using the convert menu option.
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