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Special Edition Using® Mac® OS X v10.2 by Brad Miser

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Distributing Your Movie

Watching a movie in iMovie is okay, but iMovie is not really intended to be a viewing application. After you have finished your movie and are ready to release it to the world, you export your movie from iMovie. What you export it to depends on how you want your viewers to be able to watch your movie.

People can watch your movie in three primary ways. You can record your movie on videotape that others can watch with a VCR. Or you can export your movie to a QuickTime file that can be viewed on a computer; you transmit your movie file to others in a variety of ways, including by e-mail, on the Web, or on CD-ROM. The third, and definitely the coolest, is to record your movies on DVD that can be played in a standard DVD player. ...

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