How do I view long filenames in iPad

Hello. I've lots of lectures in my iPad with long filenames. But I can't see the whole filename on the screen. The filename don't scroll. There are some way to do this?
ConsJMEAAsked:
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Okay.

The better way to do it may be right click the file in iTunes, select Get Info and then add the critical information to the Lyrics section.  After that, shorten the filename.

Lyrics can be displayed in the iPod app as the track is playing.  Would that be an acceptable compromise?
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md624Commented:
What application are you viewing these "lectures" in? iBooks, iPod, etc...?
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ConsJMEAAuthor Commented:
Thank you. I'm sorry I have forgotten to explain it. The application is iPod.
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md624Commented:
I think your best bet is to edit the title in iTunes and resync.
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ConsJMEAAuthor Commented:
I understand but I've information on the title that I can't lose. For this reason, I want to know if there is another way.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Hi consJMEA,

You still haven't quite given us enough information.  What format are the lectures in? How did they get to the iPad in the first place?
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ConsJMEAAuthor Commented:
The lectures are in MP3 files in my PC. I've added to iTunes the folders where the files are. Sometimes I've added titles for the files and sometimes I've used the original filename. Then, I've synchronized the iPad with iTunes.

Thank you.
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ConsJMEAAuthor Commented:
I think that this is a limitation of Apple OS. But at the moment your suggestion is the best alternate way while I wait for a new release of iPad OS.

Thank you.
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ConsJMEAAuthor Commented:
The problem seems to be due to Apple OS. But the expert have done to me an alternate solution. This solution is not complete due to the limitation of Apple OS.
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