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

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Creating Your Own DVDs

Watching DVDs that others create is fun, but because you use a Mac, you aren't limited to taking what others give. With a Mac equipped with a DVD-R drive, such as an Apple SuperDrive, and Mac OS X, you can use the iDVD application to put your own content on DVD. You can view these DVDs on your Mac using the DVD Player application. But even better, you can play the DVDs you create on most standard DVD players, such as the DVD player connected to your TV.

You can place the following two general types of content on DVD:

  • Movies you have created with iMovie, or QuickTime movies you have created yourself or obtained from other sources

  • Slide shows made up of images from iPhoto or from other sources

In addition to being able to ...

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