Help with iTunes for our Windows users?
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So, from what I gather, since "A Spoonful of Russian" is classified as an audio podcast, the latest .mov files will show up as part of this podcast in iTunes, but not on your iPod. They will be synced with your iPod under 'VIDEOS -->MOVIES'.

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Got an e-mail from one of the listeners needing help in transferring my .mov files to his iPod.

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