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In iMovie 11 Essential Training, author Garrick Chow illustrates the process of creating high-quality video using iMovie 11. The course covers the entire post-production process, from importing audio, video, and still images to adding effects, creating trailers, and sharing your finished projects on social networks. Also included are tutorials on adjusting audio levels, automatically identifying clips that include faces, and using green screen effects. Exercise files accompany the course.
The next Sharing option is to share to iDVD, but we are not going to get into iDVD in this course. All this option really does is send your iMovie project over to iDVD so you can work with it and prep it for burning to a DVD. But that's a completely separate application, and that is covered in our iDVD Essential Training course, so be sure to check out that title on the lynda.com Online Training Library if you're interested in working with iDVD. There really are no other settings or options related to iDVD in iMovie. When you choose share to iDVD, it just preps the project and then it opens the project here in iDVD.
And at this point, everything you do is within iDVD and not within iMovie.
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