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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.
If you are a premium member of lynda.com Online Training Library or if you're watching this tutorial on a DVD-ROM, you have accessed to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. For this course the Exercise Files are divides into folders called Bryce Canyon Pics, which contains photos, deleted scenes, containing three short movies, Southern Utah, containing about a dozen other movies, and Southern Utah.m4v, which is a longer completely edited movie. Because you'll be using each of these items at various times throughout the course of this tutorial, just palace the copy of the entire exercise files folder on your Desktop, so you will have easy access to it. Because there will be many times in which you'll need to have iDVD and the Exercise files folder open at the same time.
If you are a monthly or annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the Exercise Files but you can still easily follow along with me just by watching or feel free to use your own media files. As long as you have a few photos and some video clips you will have no problem following along and learning how to take advantage of all that iDVD '09 has to offer.
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