Virtual iPod can help you transfer iPod video to PC and transfer iPod music to PC's hard disk by creating one or more vPods. Each vPod can store an unlimited number of songs and playlists sorted by Artist, Genre, Album, or even group similar songs together. You can even transfer your existing playlists and keep them intact! It is easy to use, just drag music or videos from your iPod to vPod on your computer's hard disk.
It also ends up having duplicate songs on your iPod/vPods, Virtual iPod tracks these duplications and allows you to remove them in seconds.
What would happen if you lost your iPod? How would you feel if you lost your entire music collection? Quickly transfer your music to your hard disk for safe keeping now. No matter what happens to your iPod, your video and music collection is safely stored at your PC.
2. Why does Virtual iPod create a backup of my iPod database?
The first time you restore content to your iPod, the application displays the following message.
Our backup functionality minimizes the possibility of any data loss, while providing you with the ability to restore your valuable content at any time in the future.
3. What are network iPods?
You can connect to your other iPods over a Local Area Network (LAN). To do this, you first have to "share" the iPod so your other computers can connect to it.
To Create a Network Share
Firstly right-click on the iPod in Windows Explorer, and select "Sharing and Security".
Click "New Share" and give it a name like "JoesNano".
Click "Permissions" and set the appropriate Read/Write security you want other computers to have.
To Connect to a Network iPod
Right-click on "My Network Places" in Windows Explorer, and select "Map Network Drive".
Select the drive identifier you want to use for the iPod.
Browse or type in the network address to your "JoesNano" share, for example \\JoesComputer\JoesNano.