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(NT) Importng Photo's from Ipod

by mhpth / January 16, 2006 2:07 AM PST

Recently , I had reformtated my Pc because of errors. NOw i have lost all my photos on my computer and onlyu hyave them on my ipod as a file called ITHMB. THe file is very hard to export , unles you hasve a mac. I am very buzy and dont have time to access a Mac and import them using Iphoto. Does anjyone have any suggestions. Email me at mo_path2001@yahoo.com thanks please reply

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Didn't we already do this?
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / January 26, 2006 10:05 AM PST

Google for a program that transfers data from iPod to PC, download it and use it

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No
by mhpth / January 31, 2006 3:23 AM PST

That isn't the way. The file is an ithmb. i know how to remove songs from an ipod using windows explorer and going into the hidden file which is through the hidden file. The photo's are different ,there are very few or even none at all applications to export photos from ipod. I thought you , as a moderator, would have known that. My mistake

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Manners maketh Man, but apparently, not in your case!
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / January 31, 2006 3:50 AM PST
In reply to: No

CopyPod Photo 1.10, Anapod CopyGear and Anapod Explorer were all turned up by Google and all claim to move pictures to the PC.
Apple say it's just drag and drop into your My Pictures folder, or wherever, once the iPod is connected and mounted as a drive. The file you are looking at is the one containing the Thumbnail versions of your pictures but you, of course, already know that. The ''real'' versions of the pictures are located in
Just go there and drag them across.

Good luck with your quest, I'm sure someone will be along to try to help you, but it will not be me.


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Ah
by mhpth / January 31, 2006 5:18 AM PST

but the files to drag and drop to your pcitures folders are "if" i had done "Keep Full Resolution Folders in Itunes , in the first Place" So actually it wouldn't work. I had also called apple and they had been no help at all.

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by mhpth / January 31, 2006 5:22 AM PST

I have tried CopyPod Photo that is also if i had turned on the full resolution after emailing them.

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