24
Apr
08

Time to Trim the Fat

I’ve tried being so conscientious about my usage on my iPhone. It has caught up to me. It’s time to trim the fat as they say.

Trimming the fat

In other related iTunes news did you know that you can clip songs right within iTunes!?! It’s incredibly easy!

  1. Right click any song in your library and Get Info and proceed to your Options tab.
  2. You can manually set when to Start and Stop your track.
  3. Once you’ve manipulated the song to your liking right click it again and in whatever form you use for Importing you are then able to convert it to that file type. AAC for ringtones for your iPhone, mp3, or whatever the other options are.

I’ve needed to find pleasure in the small things today 🙂 This was nice.

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4 Responses to “Time to Trim the Fat”


  1. April 24, 2008 at 4:16 pm

    Dude, that’s a cool tip … thanks! I’m just jealous that I can’t have an iPhone .. or rather, that AT&T’s service in our area is so pathetic, that I “won’t” buy an iPhone.

  2. April 24, 2008 at 5:04 pm

    Interesting Fred, AT&T’s service down here is pretty great. There’s 1 intersection on my commute that I’m guarenteed to drop a call if I’m on it and it’s like right at the city limit.
    The only other provider that I know of anyone using down here is Sprint and it’s garbage.

  3. April 24, 2008 at 7:29 pm

    Just think… In a few months when the iPhone is refreshed at the very least it will have 3G speed and 32GB memory like the Touch does. With 32GB clipping will be MUCH less of an issue.

  4. 4 Scooter
    May 10, 2008 at 9:21 am

    Conner – thanks for this advice! It saved me tons of time! Thanks for the tid bits :0)

    “In other related iTunes news did you know that you can clip songs right within iTunes!?! It’s incredibly easy!

    1. Right click any song in your library and Get Info and proceed to your Options tab.
    2. You can manually set when to Start and Stop your track.
    3. Once you’ve manipulated the song to your liking right click it again and in whatever form you use for Importing you are then able to convert it to that file type. AAC for ringtones for your iPhone, mp3, or whatever the other options are.”


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