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iMovie® '09 & iDVD® '09® For Dummies® by Michael Cohen, Dennis Cohen

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Chapter 12. Sharing Your Movie

When we were kids, our parents and teachers taught us that sharing was a good thing, and we bet that yours did too. Current technology — the Internet, mobile devices, DVD players, and personal computers — provide a cornucopia of ways to share your videos, and Apple gave iMovie the tools to assist you in sharing your video wealth. And, as with most things Apple-related, sharing your movies is easy, as we describe in this chapter.

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iTunes Is for Movies, Too

A few years ago, Apple expanded the iTunes mission statement, adding video to the plethora of audio types handled by planet Earth's best-known jukebox product. When your name and brand is as strong as the iTunes brand, you don't change its name just because you've expanded the product line; otherwise, Heinz would have stopped being Heinz when they added products other than pickles. So, don't let the name fool you. iTunes is not just for music — it's your movie library, too.

As your Mac's media nerve center, iTunes is an obvious place to enjoy and share your movies. Here's how to share your project with iTunes:

  1. Choose Share

    iTunes Is for Movies, Too
    iTunes.

    iTunes displays the dialog shown in Figure 12-1.

    Figure 12.1. Use ...

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