Building playlists

The files you have are are standard MP4's (video MP3's) which are the very same files as our downloadable  Split Tracks. To build a playlist where songs move from one to the next automatically, drag them into into any standard media player like iTunes, Quicktime, Windows Media Player etc . 

 

Building Playlists on a Mac

To build playlists from the Worship Backing Band DVD volume 2 copy the Video Split Tracks song file folder on this DVD onto your computer and then drag the songs into a media player like iTunes, Quicktime,etc
Insert the disc into your DVD drive. Apple’s DVD player application may start automatically. If this happens press the escape key to exit full screen mode. Then click on the DVD player menu and select quit DVD player.

 

The DVD icon should appear on your desktop. If there is no icon you will be able to access via the Finder icon in the dock. To do this click on the Finder Icon. The Finder window will then appear. The DVD icon will appear on the sidebar menu on the left under devices.

 


Click the DVD icon on the desktop or in Finder.

The folders on the DVD will open in the next column or in a new window, depending on your Finder preferences.

Copy the folder Video Split Tracks to your desktop or documents folder on your computer.

Please ignore the other folders – these are system files for the DVD.

These files are now stored locally on your machine. You can now eject the DVD from your computer.

 

Note for iTunes users

Please be aware the that when adjusting your audio balance to hard left or hard right iTunes has a limitation where you will still hear a small amount of audio ‘bleed’ from the opposite channel.

In practice this may only be an issue if you are using our Training Tracks to lead worship with. In their full hard right balance mode you may still hear a very small amount of lead vocal, click and acoustic in the mix. If this is an issue use another media player like Quicktime, Real Player, Windows Media Player etc where the tracks will perform as described.

 

Building Playlists on a PC

To build playlists copy the Video Split Tracks song file folder on the DVD onto your computer and then drag the songs into a media player like iTunes, Quicktime, Windows Media Player etc 

Insert the disc into your DVD drive. At this point, your default DVD playing software may open. If this happens, close it in the usual manner.

Double-click on 'My Computer' on the desktop. If it’s not on the desktop, you can find it via the Start menu.

When My computer opens, a Windows Explorer window or folder will appear.

Move your mouse cursor over the DVD icon. Using the mouse, right-click on the DVD icon and select Explore or Open. The folders with the additional content will appear in the new window.

Copy the folder Video Split Tracks to your desktop or documents folder on your computer.

Please ignore the other folders – these are system files for the DVD.

These files are now stored locally on your machine. You can now eject the DVD from your computer.

 

Building Playlists

The files you have are are standard MP4's (video MP3's) which are the very same files as our downloadable Video Split Tracks. To build a playlist where songs move from one to the next automatically, drag them into into any standard media player like iTunes, Quicktime, Windows Media Player etc .

 

Note for iTunes users

Please be aware the that when adjusting your audio balance to hard left or hard right iTunes has a limitation where you will still hear a small amount of audio ‘bleed’ from the opposite channel.

In practice this may only be an issue if you are using our Training Tracks to lead worship with. In their full hard right balance mode you may still hear a very small amount of lead vocal, click and acoustic in the mix. If this is an issue use another media player like Quicktime, Real Player, Windows Media Player etc where the tracks will perform as described.