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Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS X Panther All in One by John Ray, Robyn Ness

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Chapter 29. Exporting iMovies

In this chapter, you take a look at what you can do with your movies after you complete them: You can prepare them for email, Web, and disc delivery. When your iMovie is edited and ready to share, you can deliver it in two basic ways: by tape (using a video camera) or by file (which can be delivered by email, the Web, or disc such as CD or DVD).

Choosing a Way to Share Your iMovie

When you’re ready to export your iMovie, simply choose File, Share from iMovie’s menu bar. Then, choose one of six options in the sheet that appears (see Figure 29.1): Email, HomePage, Videocamera, iDVD, QuickTime, or Bluetooth.

Choosing File, Share opens a window in which you can choose how you want to share your movie.

Figure 29.1. Choosing ...

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