MacMost Now 293: Recording Video With the iPod Nano

Take a look at video recording on the new iPod Nano. Learn what it can do and how well it works. See a comparison between the iPod Nano, iPhone 3GS and the Flip Mino.

Comments: 6 Responses to “MacMost Now 293: Recording Video With the iPod Nano”

    Richard
    10 years ago

    hi gary if heard theres a built in speaker for video play-back if so is it only for video or can it be used for music play-back and is the fm a receiver only?

      10 years ago

      Yes. There is. Can’t believe I didn’t mention that in either video! Anyway, it works with anything: video, music, etc. But it is very low volume and more for checking to make sure you got sound during recording, or getting the basic idea of what is being said on a video. You wouldn’t want to listen to music on it.

        Richard
        10 years ago

        thanks for the fast reply, in regards to what i asked about the fm radio is it a receiver only or can it be used like most new devices to send your music though car radio or home stereo? i know this is off the topic but is there a way to stop iphoto from auto-starting when i connect my iphone 3gs

    Richard
    10 years ago

    cheers for that it was annoying the hell out of me but you might need to update the video as image capture has changed and doesn’t have a preferences menu. Thanks again

      10 years ago

      Yes. Note that in Snow Leopard, this option is no longer in Image Capture. It is now in the General preferences for iPhoto. Look for “Connecting Camera Opens:” in that preference pane.

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