Transfer to Media Device

Description

Transfer to Media Device is a script that creates a new Playlist Right Click Menu item for transferring selected playlist items to your iPod via the Media Device Browser. This script now also supports generic copy to operation for USB mass storage devices. Currently the script will prompt for a destination directory on first copy, in the future this setting will be saved in a configuration file. This script works with amaroK 1.3beta3 and above. Usage: Run from the amaroK script manager. A new menu item will appear in the Playlist right mouse button menu. Select files in the playlist and Right click -> Transfer to -> iPod for transfering to an iPod. Select files in the playlist and Right click -> Transfer to -> USB Device for transfering to a USB device. Whats New in This Release: · Add support for Creative Nomad Jukebox devices using the kionjb kioslave. Thanks to Ralf T for the patch.. Transfer to Media Device (formerly iPod) KDE-Apps.org Community Portal for KDE Applications Software Office Multimedia Graphic Network Printing Education Games Development Administration Scientific Security Utilities Screensaver News Forum GUI Polls Links Downloads QT Look X11 Linux

Media Device - Usb - Device - Transfer - Media - Script - Playlist - Transferring - Amarok Scripts - Multimedia

Published By:madpenguin8

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:0.8

Price:Free

Downloads:14

Size:3.1 KB

Platform: Linux

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