Originally posted by onlooker
You can do this stuff already with iDVD.
Really? I can carry iDVD around with me in my pocket and then just whip it out and show someone a video? I must have missed that function.
What's the fuss to make a huge production out if it, and try, and sell it year round? LIke I said... Try thinking of something else. This thing is a tanker. It will be a 1000% failure compared to the iPod.
The moment you let go of the bizarre notion that everyone here is talking about watching the video only on the iPod
, the less frustrating the continued conversation will be.
Adding the functioning capability to the iPod is no big deal, but adding all the extra cost to your primary music device across the board is not the greatest idea, and making a giant production out of it is somewhat of a bummer. Spare me for not being an enthusiastic Generation iMac baby. [/B]
Maybe it's just me, but I have no idea what you're saying here.
Look. If you want to make an argument against some kind of vPod, you should focus on how music is ambient
while video is immersive
. Additionally, you should focus on how we can interrupt
music without frustration, but not video. You might also point out that the iPod hard drive would burst into flames if it played back video (but that the new flash ones would be fine). You might also point out that at the moment there is legal way to get the kind of content you'd want on it unless you create it yourself.
I'm just saying.