Apple KB Updates: Logic Pro 64-bit features, iPod and iPhone connectivity, and iTunes backup

Apple has released a few knowledgebase article updates which include information on some features of the latest Logic Pro update, managing iPod and iPhone features and connectivity to your Mac, and a small how-to on backing up your iTunes media.

Apple has released a few knowledgebase article updates which include information on some features of the latest Logic Pro update, managing iPod and iPhone features and connectivity to your Mac, and a small how-to on backing up your iTunes media.

Logic Pro 9.1.1: Some features may not be available in 64-bit mode

This article covers the features in Logic Pro and Logic Express versions 9.1.1, which are only available when running in 32-bit mode. These include video streaming from firewire cameras, Digital Cinema Desktop, support for various file importing and exporting, and the use of the internal QuickTime synthesizer.

iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (Late 2009)*: Tips and tricks when using Voice Control

The use of Voice Control in iPods is rather useful for various features such as changing songs and making calls, and can be done in multiple languages. This article contains numerous tips to help improve the interaction with Voice Control in various circumstances, and is well worth a read if you use this feature.

iTunes: How to remove and reinstall the Apple Mobile Device Service on Mac OS X

Many times people's mobile devices such as iPhones and iPods will not be properly recognized by the system when attached. This can be caused by an improperly configured and installed Mobile Device Service, that usually can be fixed by a reinstallation. Just reinstalling iTunes will not reinstall this service, so this article covers how to do this.

How to back up your media in iTunes

While you can use Time Machine or other utility to make backups of your iTunes library to another hard drive or shared folder, iTunes also allows you to make backups to CDs and DVDs. This article covers how to set up as well as both backup and restore the iTunes media, which includes music, applications, movies, and games.



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