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Modifies Your iPod's Interface

Description
iPodEditor brings the Mac to the power of editing the iPod's interface. Everything from text to pictures you can now edit with iPodEditor. iPodEditor supports a wide variety of iPods: 1-5.5G iPod, 1G iPod Nano, and 1-2G iPod Mini. iPodEditor uses iPodEdit as it core tool for extracting/writing resource to/from firmware and ImageMagick for converting images so, you can edit them with Photoshop or any other picture editing software you have. iPodEditor supports a wide variety of images thanks to ImageMagick: bmp, gif, pdf, pict, png, psd, sgi, and tga.

On newer versions of OS X, you have to run this as root. To do so:
1. Open terminal by clicking on Spotlight and searching for terminal.
2. Right click on iPodEditor and choose show package contents.
3. Go into the folder called Contents and the folder called MacOS.
4. Type in terminal "sudo " (with a space) and drag the black icon of iPodEditor to the terminal window.
5. Push enter.
History
Version 0.2:
• Includes lots of bug fixes.
• Added themes.
• Now has documentation.
• New icon.
Requirements
An 1-5.5G iPod, 1G iPod Nano, or an 1-2G iPod Mini

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Downloads:
7,307
Version Downloads:
6,770
Category:
iPod/Utilities
Released:
March 20, 2008
Updated:
April 5, 2008
Operating System:
Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger
Architecture:
PPC/Intel
File Size:
746.21 KB
Rating:
1.9
41 Votes

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Ralph Magic M. Basa
For version 0.2
August 21, 2010, 3:54:30 AM
"Don`t chose /opt but instead the /applications folder where imagemagick has been installed."

But I think it is in /opt where ImageMagick has been automatically installed after using the command sudo port install ImageMagick. I don't even see it in the apps folder.
Fred Racoon
For version 0.2
November 1, 2009, 6:30:02 AM
Don`t chose /opt but instead the /applications folder where imagemagick has been installed.
Ralph Magic M. Basa
For version 0.2
October 23, 2009, 8:52:25 PM
How do you locate ImageMagick with iPodEditor? I have installed ImageMagick with terminal using sudo port install ImageMagick. I open iPodEditor, it asks where ImageMagick is installed then I choose /opt as the directory. But intead it would say "Unable to Install. You should download and install it yourself." As of now, the only thing that I could do is write firmware to my 5th Gen. iPod Video but no editing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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