1 Connect iPod nano (5th generation)
to your computer.
2 In iTunes, click
iPod in the device list.
3 Click the
4 If "Enable disk use"
is not checked, select the checkbox
and click the Apply button.
You will now be able to copy recorded
videos to your PC.
Using Windows Explorer or My Computer
on your PC, the iPod nano will appear
on the computer as an external disk
with the same name you gave the iPod
during the initial setup in iTunes.
The DCIM folder on iPod nano stores
your recorded video. You can copy this
folder to your computer so that you
can view the video on your PC, or to
back up the video files.
Once the recorded video is copied to
your PC, double-click on the file to
watch the video using QuickTime or
Windows Media Player. See the
documentation that came with your
computer for assistance.
For Mac: (using iPhoto)
To copy your recorded video from your
iPod nano to iPhoto, you first need to
make sure the "Enable disk use"
checkbox is selected for your iPod
1 Connect your iPod to your computer.
2 Open iTunes (version 9 or later).
3 Select your iPod in the Source pane.
4 Select the Summary tab.
5 Enable disk use and select the Apply button.
Import your recorded videos from iPod nano (5th generation) to iPhoto
1 Open the iPhoto application if it
doesn't open automatically.
2 Click iPod in the iPhoto device list.
3 Select the video or videos
to import. Click Import Selected or
4 After the video or
videos have been imported into iPhoto,
choose either Delete Photos or Keep
Photos when prompted to "Delete Photos
on Your Camera." Your recorded video
or videos will appear in your iPhoto
Library under the section for Events
and Photos and in the Recent category
for Last Import.
To watch the video in iPhoto,
double-click the recorded video.
Hope that helps.