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Easy iPod and iTunes by Shelly Brisbin

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Part 11. Viewing Photos on An iPod

There’s no need to carry photos in your wallet or lug around a photo album to show off to friends and family. With an iPod or iPod nano, you can display photos and play slideshows anytime, anywhere. You can also sync specific folders of photos or your iPhoto (Mac) library with your iPod, making it easy to keep a group of photos up-to-date.

With photos on your iPod, you can create slideshows—complete with music and transitions—or display groups of photos together. Using Apple’s iPod AV cable, you can display your photos on a television.

To get photos onto your iPod, you sync a folder on your computer with the device, using iTunes. You can also use a camera adapter (from Apple or Belkin) to copy photos directly ...

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