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iDVD '09 connects with other iLife '09 applications to create slick, professional-looking DVDs incorporating pictures, movies, and music. In iDVD '09 Essential Training, Garrick Chow takes a detailed look at how to create a DVD using Apple's built-in shortcuts or the provided customized templates. Users will see how to build menus and submenus, automatically create scene selection menus, and archive the final project on a disk or as a disk image. Exercise files accompany the course.
And there you have it. If you've made it through all the movies, I think you'll agree that iDVD is a really fantastic program for creating professional-looking DVDs and it's packed with tons of features for enhancing your projects like being able to create slideshows and include DVD-ROM content. I hope you can take what you've learned here and start building some great DVDs of your own that I'm sure your friends and family are going to love. So, until next we meet, enjoy working and playing with iDVD.
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