iDVD is the perfect partner to iMovie. It turns your newly created film masterpiece into a professional-looking DVD, complete with moving menus and background sound effects, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, and ready to play on nearly any DVD player.
iDVD comes with a number of interesting fonts, including Bank Gothic, Cracked, Santa Fe, and so on (Figure 10-13). It sure would be nice to have these fonts available in your other programs, too.
Figure 10-13. iDVD includes a collection of high-quality fonts with bold strokes ideal for viewing on television sets. Here’s just a small sampling of the fonts, which you can make available in other programs, like Mail and TextEdit.
Well, then, make it so! In the Finder, Control-click iDVD, choose Show Package Contents from the shortcut menu, and then open the Contents → Resources → Fonts folder. Select the fonts you want, and Option-drag them onto your Home → Library → Fonts folder. (Option-dragging creates a duplicate, so iDVD won’t freak out if it can’t find the fonts where it expects them to be.)
You now have access to the iDVD fonts from any Mac OS X program.
To see the fonts in other programs, you must quit and restart those that were already running when you made the copies.
Many of iDVD’s themes (canned design schemes)—Fish One, ...