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iTunes 10 for Windows: iTunes Playback preferences (iTunes 10.1.2 and earlier)

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Changes you make to preferences take effect when you close the preferences window.

Preference
Explanation

Crossfade Songs

Fade songs in and out, with no silence between songs. Drag the slider to change the amount of time it takes for the current song to fade out at the end and the new song to fade in.

Sound Enhancer

Change the music’s sound quality during playback. Drag the slider to increase or decrease the Sound Enhancer’s effect.

Sound Check

Play all music and video at the same volume level.

Play Movies and TV Shows

Play movies and TV shows in artwork viewer, a different part of the iTunes window, full screen, or in a separate window. If the visualizer is on and “Full screen with visuals” is selected, video in a playlist plays audio only.

Play Music Videos

Play music videos in artwork viewer, a different part of the iTunes window, full screen, or in a separate window. If the visualizer is on and “Full screen with visuals” is selected, video in a playlist plays audio only.

Audio Language

Change the default playback language.

Subtitle Language

Change the language used for movie subtitles and closed captions.

Play videos using standard definition version

Always play non-HD video, even if a high-definition version is available. You might want to choose this if you have an older computer that can’t play HD video well.

Show closed captioning when available

Display a text transcript of dialog and voiceover while playing movies and TV shows.

Last Modified: Mar 25, 2014
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