Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding movies, part of iDVD '09 Essential Training.
What we've essentially done so far with this project is create the wrapper for…our media. iDVD is really about packaging your movies and other media whether…you created the movies in iMovie or some other editing program into a nice…container that makes it easy for your viewers to access your media. So let's…start adding actual content to our DVD project.…In my exercise files folder, I've a file in here called Southern Utah, which is…a movie I created in iMovie and exported. Again, I'll be talking about how to…get movies from iMovie into iDVD a little bit later, but for now you just need…to know this movie is sitting here in my exercise files folder. This is going…to be for lack of a better term, the main feature or the future presentation of my DVD.…
Now to add this to my DVD, I could go to File > Import > Video, but who uses…menu commands when you could just drag something in? I'm going to grab that…video file and just drag it into my iDVD project. Now I'm going to make sure …I don't drag it into the drop zone or else iDVD will think I want to make this…
- Using drop zones and menu backgrounds
- Applying and editing button styles
- Editing text
- Adding DVD-ROM content
- Creating slideshows
- Using Magic iDVD
Skill Level Beginner
1. Interface Essentials
2. Building an iDVD Project
3. Automating iDVD
4. Exporting from iDVD
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