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iMovie 6 & iDVD: The Missing Manual by David Pogue

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Method 1: Publishing Movies on a .Mac Account

By far the easiest way to post your movies on the Internet is to use one of Apple’s $100-per-year .Mac accounts (visit http://www.mac.com for details, or open System Preferences, click .Mac, and click Sign Up).

A .Mac account gives you a whole raft of Internet-based services and conveniences: electronic greeting cards, synchronizing of calendars and Web bookmarks among the different Macs in your life, a backup program, an antivirus program, the ability to check your email online—and HomePage, which lets you generate your own Web pages.

iMovie actually provides two different Web-publishing routes.

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