Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Archiving the project, part of iDVD '09 Essential Training.
Once you are done working on your iDVD project, at least for the foreseeable…future, you might want to create an archive of your project so you can always…bring it up again to burn another copy or to make additional edits.…Creating an archive also provides you a way to get the potentially…space-hogging large video files off your Mac and onto a backup disk if…necessary. Because if you are like me, you might have your DVD project file…scattered all over your Mac. I have movies on my Desktop, in my Movies folders;…I have photos on my Desktop, as well as in iPhoto.…And iDVD is linking to all of these assets in their current location. If I were…to move or rename any of these items, iDVD will not be able to find them and my…project would be broken. For example, in my current Southern Utah Trip project…when I click on Southern Utah and Play Movie, …(Music plays.)…it plays my movie, just like it's supposed to.…
(Music plays.)…And the movie it's currently playing is located inside my exercise files…
- 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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