iMovie: The Missing Manual

Errata for iMovie: The Missing Manual

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page 5
The text used to read

o 625 lines of resolution. It now reads: o 625 scan lines. (35) The text used to read: Here, then, is the usual sequence for filming ("Light, lens cap, action!"): It now reads: Here, then, is the usual sequence for filming:

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 44
The text used to read

Hold on a wider, scene-establishing shot, and then cut to a tighter close-up (right). It now reads: Hold on a wider, scene-establishing shot, cut to a medium shot, and then cut to a tighter close-up (right).

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 98
The text used to read

If your Mac has a 10 GMB hard drive It now reads: If your Mac has a 10 GB hard drive

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 98
The text used to read

Unfortunately, you generally canšt save your iMovie projects onto these drives, because iMovie canšt operate your camcorder effectively when a FireWire hard drive is also hooked up (except on very fast Macs). It now reads: Unless both the FireWire drive and the Mac are top-of-the-line fast, iMovie canšt operate your camcorder effectively when a FireWire hard drive is also hooked up (see page 338).

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 140
The text used to say

"By placing an Out immediately after an In, you create an elegant fade out, then in to the next shot -- a very popular effect in movies and commercials. Placing an In just after an Out isn't quite as useful,..." It now says: "By placing an In immediately after an Out, you create an elegant fade out, then in to the next shot -- a very popular effect in movies and commercials. Placing an Out just after an In isn't quite as useful,..."

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2000
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Page 143
At the bottom of the page, after the "Wash In..." heading, the text

used to say: "These two affects..." It now says: "These two effects..."

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2000
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Page 204

(204) The figure has been replaced.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2000
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Page 281

In the third paragraph, at the end of the bullet list item that begins <BGCOLOR>, the text used to say: (such as "#C0C0C0" or "#0000FFF") It now says: (such as "#C0C0C0" or "#0000FF")

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2000
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Page 355

Deleted the last paragraph (NoWonder.com).

Anonymous    Oct 01, 2000