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Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS® X Digital Media All in One by Robyn Ness

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Chapter 17. Exporting iMovies

In this chapter, you take a look at what you can do with your movies after you complete them—prepare them for email, Web, and disc delivery. You look behind the scenes at how you can export in different directions, and take a brief look at how an iMovie can be delivered with programs such as Mail (for emailing), Roxio's Toast (for CD-ROM and Video CD), and PlayStream's Content Manager (for putting iMovies on the Web). We'll also look at exporting your iMovies to iDVD for delivery via DVD.

When your iMovie is edited and ready to share, there are two ways that you can deliver it. Each method can be easily accessed from iMovie. You can deliver your iMovie using either tape (using a camera) or a file (when you'll be delivering ...

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