MP3s feature a one-click 'Export To iTunes' function and will play via the built-in Flash player as well as all standard audio players (e.g. iTunes / Windows Media Player / etc.. FLAC is NOT iTunes compatible but will play via Windows Media Player. For further information please see attached USB Read Me document. Video content: 13 x mini-documentaries in MPEG4 video format. For further information please see attached USB Read Me document. Artwork content: complete booklet and sleeve art for each album viewable via the Flash player.
Box : 91mm x 91mm x 73 mm = 3.59" (wide) x 3.59" (deep) x 2.87" (high).
Pentium PC or Macintosh computer with USB support. PC: Pentium 3+ processor, Windows 2000+ Mac: G4, G5 or Intel + processor, OS X 10.4. Minimum [512 Mb] RAM. Colour monitor and sound card. A media player capable of playing back MP3 and/or FLAC files. This product is provided AS IS, without any warranties. You bear the entire risk as to the quality and performance of this product; if this product is defective or results in damage to your property, you assume the entire cost of repair. EMI and Capitol will have no liability for monetary relief, including consequential, punitive or other damages; your only recourse is to return the product within thirty (30) days of purchase. PC USB. After inserting this USB stick into the USB port of your PC, the autorun should start, in which case, just click OK to launch the presentation. If you have autorun disabled, you should navigate to the USB drive through 'My computer' or 'Computer' for Vista & Windows 7 users. You will find a Start.exe file on the USB stick which you need to double click to run. Mac USB. After inserting this USB stick into the USB port of your Mac, the drive will appear as 'The Beatles' on your desktop. Double click to open, then double click Start to run. If you see two start files, you need to double click the one with 'The Beatles' logo.MP3 files. You will find a button in the Music section of the presentation to copy MP3 versions of each album to iTunes. If you use Windows Media Player, or WinAmp, you can import each album by dragging the folder into the player window, or by choosing File->Import into Library and then selecting the files you wish to import. It is important to note that when importing files into any media player, the files may or may not be copied to your hard drive, depending on your settings. For iTunes, this can be found under Preferences -> Advanced. For Windows Media Player and WinAmp, you have to drag the files to your Music folder before importing into the media player library. All the MP3 files can be found in the Music/MP3 folder on this USB stick. FLAC files. You will find 24BIT 44.1KHZ FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) files in the Music/Flac directory on this USB stick. These files are higher quality than MP3 and even higher quality than CD. To play these high quality FLAC files, you need to have the FLAC decompressor installed. For PC users, the easiest way is to install WinAmp (http://www.winamp.com/player) which has the FLAC codec included by default. For Mac users, the easiest way is to install one of the free media players listed below which all play FLAC files natively. Play: http://sbooth.org/Play/. SongBird: http://getsongbird.com/. VLC: http://www.videolan.org. COG: http://cogx.org/. For more information about the FLAC format and more links to FLAC enabled media players, visit http://flac.sourceforge.net/index.html.