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Imovie '09 & Idvd Portable Genius
Your Mac's iMovie and iDVD applications are a key part of the iLife '09 suite and Apple's cool digital lifestyle. iMovie '09 and iDVD Portable Genius is packed with tips and techniques to help you get all the benefits these applications have to offer.
This full-color guide provides essential information and savvy advice on everything from capturing footage to editing, viewing, and posting movies online in a variety of formats. With plenty of hip tips on how to use the core features in iMovie and iDVD, it covers all the basics plus the advanced features that can turn you into a movie-making expert. And its handy 6x9" size makes it easy to take with you for quick advice on the go.
- Written by a Certified Apple Trainer and illustrated in full color
- Makes iMovie and iDVD easy to use right from the start
- Offers essential coverage of the key skills, tools, and shortcuts that will help you start making movies with confidence
- Explores editing techniques and how to post your movies online
- Provides the advanced tips and tricks that allow you to create professional-quality movies and DVDs with your Mac
The advice in iMovie '09 and iDVD Portable Genius will help you make great quality movies and have more fun with iMovie and iDVD.
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