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Probably the best you can do (at least without hacking plists) is to just live with it. Set the series image as the episode image for the first episode and use episode images for the rest.
Yes, I have found a solution, but bluetooth only. I am still looking for wifi options, so if you have one, please respond. For bluetooth: Sonos has built a wireles dock (WD100), so you can charge your ipod classic/ mini/ nano/ iphone etc and send the music wireless by bluetooth to your audio system with bluetooth receiver. Of course, this is not the ...
It is because the RSS feed doesn't include the "enclosure" tag, which iTunes uses to list the audio or video file.
Have you though of using two iTunes libraries on the same computer. With this method when you launch iTunes you hold shift (option for mac) while launching iTunes to choose which library you want to use for that particular session.
iTunes is capable of processing 5.1 audio but AFAIK it needs to be AC3. Indeed, many of the WEB-DLs (from iTunes store) are h264 video / 5.1 AC3 audio Without breaking copyrights etc. etc. the bare minimum programmes you will need for a ripping / conversion workflow are as follows: Rip DVD | AnyDVD / DVDFab Index files | DGIndex Encode .d2v | Avisynth + ...
Are you tied to iTunes? I have a mac mini hooked up to my tv and I use XBMC to play the media and handbrake to rip the dvd's. XBMC can play anything, and is generally much better for managing a large media environment. I have 800+ movies and 12k+ tv shows on a san and XBMC handles it just fine. I tried several years ago to get iTunes to play nice and it ...
I had this problem with DVDFab rips (converting iso to m4v) whenever I left the menus intact in the ISO. I'd get 4KB rips (even despite the fact that DVDFab had already removed copy protection). So I'm not convinced this is just a copy protection issue - I think it's a legitimate bug in Handbrake (which I say gently since it's free software!). For those ...
iTunes can only play the following: QuickTime and MPEG-4 movie files that end in ".mov", ".m4v", or ".mp4" and are playable in QuickTime Player. There are no plugins or extensions for iTunes. It relies on the QuickTime framework for decoding video, and out of the box OS X does not support the MKV container at all. AVI containers might play, but this ...
Clicking on the "Refresh" button in the list view of the podcast "Podcast Error" restored the proper name of the podcast and gave me a list of new episodes that I could download. Still missing were listings of older episodes that I haven't downloaded. Way to get old podcasts in iTunes gave several prescriptions for getting those listed (e.g. Shift-click on ...
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