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Old May 11, 2005, 01:16 PM   #1
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Old May 11, 2005, 01:20 PM   #2
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Old May 11, 2005, 01:21 PM   #3
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pretty simple and straightforward, although i found some music videos that iTunes didnt line unfortunately
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video sharing?

Are videos in the iTunes library also shared within the local network over Rendez... err, Bonjour?
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Interesting. They play in the artwork panel.

I would've expected them to play in the track-listing panel - which is where visualizations run when they're not full-screen.

Now all they need is the ability to play CD+G Karoke discs (ripping them to video clips if you select "import") and the program will be perfect (at least for me.)
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Are videos in the iTunes library also shared within the local network over Rendez... err, Bonjour?
No. I just tried it between two Windows boxes (using the QuickTime Sample.mov file). It plays fine locally but doesn't appear at all on the remote computer.
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No. I just tried it between two Windows boxes (using the QuickTime Sample.mov file). It plays fine locally but doesn't appear at all on the remote computer.
and I take it you have installed iTunes 4.8 and Bonjour for Windows updates on both machines?
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and I take it you have installed iTunes 4.8 and Bonjour for Windows updates on both machines?
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