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Here’s what you get when you order our iPod Access software:
— iPod Access, an easy-to-use and intuitive program to copy and sync your iPod songs to a PC
— iPod Access Support
— iPod Access Manual
— iPod Access Demo
— iPod Access FAQ
— iPod Access Online Support
Install iPod Access
iPod Access is a standalone program, so there’s nothing to install.
What’s more, iPod Access automatically detects your iPod, so you don’t have to bother with it any more.
If you need more details, please check the iPod Access installation guide, which you can access from the program’s Help menu.
Note: iPod Access can be used on any computer that has Windows installed, regardless of its version.
Copy Your iPod Songs to a Computer
When you run iPod Access for the first time, the program displays the list of all iPods connected to your system, and lets you choose the one you want to copy to.
To copy all the songs on your iPod, click the Copy All button at the bottom of the iPod Access window.
Alternatively, you can opt to copy only a few songs, or select the track you want to be copied.
Note: you can copy only the playlists and not the songs inside them.
Check the Audio Files
Before copying your iPod’s songs to your computer, you can preview all the audio files on the iPod using this feature.
You can also set the file information to be updated when your iPod is connected or disconnected.
If the song list is longer than a few hundred songs, you can use a number of filters to narrow down the list to a more manageable size.
For example, you can show the songs by a certain artist, genre, album, year, bitrate, and/or composer.
Edit Song Information
You can use several options to modify the current song and set it to be copied to the computer.
To display the song information, simply double-click on the song’s icon.
You can also use the Set Information button to set the following information to be copied to your computer: