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Create an iTunes video-tracking Smart Playlist Apps
So simple,but here it is anyway. Now that the iTunes Music Store has videos and iTunes supports video playback, you can use a Smart Playlist to track them all:

Create a new Smart Playlist with these settings: Kind > Contains > Quicktime, and you've got them all. One caveat: if you have other QuickTime files in your Library, they'll show up as well. Cool, easy, and your own MTV.
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Create an iTunes video-tracking Smart Playlist
Authored by: t413 on May 29, '05 10:52:41AM

I do have several other "quicktime" audio files, so I filtered it further by saying it had to be over 10 mb. This works very well, and I have never gotten to much or too little information in the playlist.



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Create an iTunes video-tracking Smart Playlist
Authored by: metafeather on May 29, '05 03:30:14PM

Has anyone used iTunes to manage larger Quicktime or Divx movies (approx 350MB or 950MB files)?

I'd like to manage these along with the rest of my media and use the keywords to indicate whether they have been watched, but don't want to risk crashing/corrupting my music collection.

[Up until now I have been using iVideo (from Waterfall software) or hoping Delicious Library will have the capability]



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Create an iTunes video-tracking Smart Playlist
Authored by: shmuel on May 30, '05 04:48:12PM

So this allows you to track videos that you have not yet downloaded? Or only videos that you have downloaded?



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