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iTunes and iPod Tips, Tricks, and Hacks for Teachers

  

TESOL 2010 - Boston

March 25, 2010

 

Joseph Pettigrew

CELOP/Boston University

<jpettigr@bu.edu>  

 


Conference Handout

 

  


General Info

 


Videos

 

An easy-to-follow demonstration of how to hook up your iPod to your television. (from VideoJug)

 

iPods: Photo and Video:

How To Watch Your iPod Videos On Your TV

 

 

 


CNET free software links 

 

Programs that allow you to put YouTube and other web videos on your own computer (and into iTunes if you want)

 

  • YouTube Downloader - also converts flash videos (*.flv) so they will play in iTunes and on iPods
  • Video Download Toolbar - downloads video from virtually any site, not just YouTube (works with Internet Explorer)

 

Video Players   

 

  • FLV Player - plays flash & mp4 videos; very basic, but requires almost no time to learn how to use; good for playing downloaded YouTube videos on your laptop. (Use YouTube Downloader - see above - to convert flash files for iTunes & iPods)
  •  VLC Media Player - a program that plays virtually any media type (mp4, mov, wma, mv4, flv, etc.)

 

 



 

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