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Now it's easier than ever to edit your photos to perfection.
All your photos in one place.
A lifetime of photos at your fingertips -- Your life is is one big photo opportunity -- which explains why your photo library is getting bigger every day. Well, good news: iPhoto now supports up to 250,000 images. That means you can confidently shoot over a thousand photos per week for the next 20 years. (Better get cracking.) Navigating your larger library is a breeze now too. As you move the scroll bar, a new see-through Scroll Guide appears to show you what photos or rolls are currently displayed.
Photocasting: a fantastic new way to share -- Imagine sending an album of favorite photos to the family, and having it change automatically on their computers when you update it on yours. That's what Photocasting is all about. And it's amazingly easy. Just create a Photocast album in iPhoto and publish it to .Mac (password-protected, if you wish). When Cousin Cindy subscribes, she'll see it in her iPhoto library just as you see it in yours -- with full-resolution photos that can be used for desktop pictures, printed albums, cards, and calendars. And whenever you add or subtract to your Photocast album, it will change in hers. Even people with PCs can enjoy an iPhoto Photocast, because all it takes is an RSS news reader to subscribe.
Dazzle with calendars, greeting cards and books -- Send a beautiful printed book of special photos to a friend. Put your kid's happy face on the cover of a custom card to announce a birthday party. Create a stylized, personalized calendar that rivals the ones you see at your local mall. Make all those things -- and many, many more -- with typical iPhoto ease. Just choose a photo album, click an Apple-designed template and let iPhoto work its magic. Add captions, fine-tune your layout, then click to order -- your professionally printed masterwork is delivered right to your door.
The website of your life -- It's one thing to share photos on the Internet. It's something else to share them on a wonderfully designed personal website. Thanks to the newest member of the iLife family -- iWeb -- you can create a beautiful new photo page on your website in just minutes. Heck, if you can type those clever captions quickly enough, maybe even seconds. Simply export an iPhoto album to iWeb to create a new photo grid. Drag photos to rearrange them if needed, add those pithy words, then publish. Whoosh.
Your film, your way -- done easily with iMovie HD 6.
Score your movies with powerful audio tools.
Instant theme, instant classic -- iMovie themes give you moviemaking power you never imagined. Just click one and the fun begins. Each theme contains a collection of professionally designed scenes that give your movie a personality from start to finish -- including video and graphic overlays and advanced transitions. All you have to do is drag-and-drop your movie clips and photos into the scene's drop zones, type in your titles and iMovie does the rest. You get the quality of a feature film. Without the cost overruns.
Now showing: major video effects -- You'll love the new video effects made possible by Mac OS X Core Video. You'll also love the fact that you can preview the results of your video effect choices in real time. At any size. Right in the main window. iMovie does all the rendering in the background, so you can experiment to your heart's content. Or just dive right into all your other creative options without delay.
The sounds of cinema -- Great movies sound as amazing as they look. So iMovie comes complete with a sound studio built in. Summoning the power of Mac OS X Core Audio, iMovie offers eight new audio effects, including noise reduction (perfect for squelching the noise common to home movies), reverb, pitch change, a handy graphic equalizer, and more. And, with the iLife Media Browser, you have full access to your original GarageBand songs. How's that sound?
Video podcasts and blogs with iWeb -- Use iMovie to share with friends, family, and now -- the world. iMovie, working hand in hand with iWeb, makes it easy to publish video to websites and blogs. You can even use iMovie to create video podcasts, complete with chapter markers and live URLs. Using iWeb, you can submit your video podcast to the iTunes Podcast Directory, where it can be seen and subscribed to by everyone.
The simple, powerful iDVD interface.
Choose from stunning menu templates.
Magic iDVD -- iDVD has always made it easy to create beautifully designed DVDs. Now it's beyond easy. With the Magic iDVD feature, all you have to do is choose a theme and select the movies and photos you want to include. iDVD then automatically creates a complete DVD, unified in design from start to finish, including menu screens, movies, chapter menus and slideshows. You have to see it to believe it. Want to join in the magic? Use Magic iDVD as a starting point and edit from there.
Create widescreen DVDs -- Get the most out of that gorgeous new widescreen TV. With iDVD 6, you can author DVDs of your movies and photo slideshows in stunning widescreen format. You can even include content from both SD and HD video sources. iDVD converts everything automatically, so all your DVDs play back beautifully.
Choose new iDVD themes -- iDVD 6 features 10 new Apple-designed themes in iDVD, five of which are made to match iMovie themes -- and all of them are available in both widescreen (16:9) and standard (4:3) formats. Each theme includes a family of a three coordinated menus: a main menu, a chapter menu for scene selection, and an extras menu for slideshows and other content.
Talent to burn -- When you're ready to burn your DVD, iDVD is ready, too. Even if you're using a third-party DVD burner. iDVD has built-in support for a wide variety of DVD media formats -- including DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, and DVD+R DL. So now you have more options than ever.
GarageBand lets you make music like a pro -- all on your Mac.
Create podcasts that make you sound like a professional host.
Score your iMovie creations.
Podcast Artwork Track -- Now you can add a podcast artwork track just by dragging in images from your iLife Media Browser. Drag in a title card with the name of your podcast and a picture of you. Drag in different images for each chapter marker in your podcast, so your listeners can also see visual cues. Just position images on the artwork track so they correspond with your vocal track. Raving about that amazing unsigned band you saw last night? Drag in a photo of the gig, right from your iPhoto library.
Sound Effects and Jingles -- Give your podcast professional polish by adding in sound effects and jingles from GarageBand's library of more than 200 podcast sounds. Browse more than 200 sound effects -- including radio-style stingers and sounds from people, animals, and machines -- Then drag them into your podcast to sync up with your vocal track. Or add some musical accompaniment to your podcast. Just browse GarageBand's library of more than 100 jingles and drag them into your podcast in 7, 15, and 30-second snippets. You can add in sound effects and jingles during post-production or trigger them during live recording.
Podcast Radio Engineer -- GarageBand 3 includes a few features that function like your own personal podcast radio engineer, so you can create podcasts that make you sound like a professional host. A built-in Speech Enhancer optimizes sound for your Mac, gender, and vocal range, improving the sound of your voice and simulating a professional microphone, even when you're not using one. And a dynamic "ducking" effect automatically reduces music volume when you speak, so your listeners always hear the talk above the tunes.
iChat Interview Recording -- Use iChat and GarageBand to record a talk show-style podcast in the time it takes you to carry on a friendly chat -- even if your guests are on the other side of the world. GarageBand lets you record remote guests from an audio or video iChat conference. Just start chatting and GarageBand simultaneously records the audio -- one track for each guest, complete with buddy name and icon, so you know who's saying what and when. And if you're using iSight cameras to record the action, GarageBand takes a photo snapshot of each guest every time he or she speaks.
One-click iWeb Publishing -- Finished recording your podcast? Time to get it on the Internet with GarageBand and iWeb. From GarageBand, send your podcast to iWeb, where you can create a new podcast series or add to an existing series. Then click "Publish" to get your podcast on the web via your .Mac account. It's that easy. iWeb even lets you submit your podcast to the iTunes Music Store so you can attract new fans.
iMovie Scoring -- The new video track in GarageBand makes it easy to add an original music score to your movies. And don't worry about your musical talent -- or lack thereof. Just use GarageBand's included loops, or try a combination of loops, software instruments, or any previous audio recordings you created. You can even use GarageBand to add cinematic sound effects such as footsteps and creaking doors. When you're ready, save your scored iMovie project as a QuickTime video, then send it to iDVD for burning or publish it to the Internet via iWeb.
The Internet is calling. Answer with iWeb.
Choose from beautiful website templates.
Publish your blog quickly and easily.
Apple-designed Templates -- Let iWeb help you build a beautiful website in minutes using Apple-designed templates. Just choose a website theme that fits your style. Each theme offers page templates for "About Me," photo album, blog, podcast, and movie pages, so you'll always have the perfect place for your content. Use the iLife Media Browser to drag in your photos, movies, and podcasts, then simply type over the placeholder text on your page template, and click once to publish to .Mac.
iLife Media Browser -- Every website needs content. Your podcast page needs audio. Your photo page needs images. Your blog needs links to your favorite music. And that's why iWeb needs the iLife Media Browser. Using the Media Browser, you can access all your iLife content -- photos, video, audio -- without leaving iWeb. Drag in the podcast or song you recorded in GarageBand earlier today. Or the iPhoto album of your vacation. Or your latest iMovie project. Whatever you want to share, you'll find it in the iLife Media Browser.
Blogging -- Use iWeb to start your own weblog and add new entries as easily as writing an email. Choose a blog template, type in your own text, and drag in photos from the iLife Media Browser. iWeb takes care of everything else, setting up navigation for your blog, creating a summary page, and adding an entry archive. iWeb also handles the RSS feed for your blog, so anyone can subscribe. And when you're done adding an entry, just one click publishes your blog via .Mac.
Podcasting -- When it comes time to take your podcasts live, iWeb gives you a simple, stylish way to do it. Either send your podcast to iWeb from GarageBand or start in iWeb with a podcast page template and drag your podcast in from the iLife Media Browser. Type over placeholder text to add a brief description of your podcast, then click once to publish it to the Internet using your .Mac account. iWeb takes care of the RSS feed for your podcast and lets you submit podcasts to the iTunes Music Store, where anyone can listen and subscribe.
One-click .Mac Publishing -- Sharing your website with the world is now one-click simple. With iWeb and a .Mac membership, you can publish your entire website -- complete with blog entries, photo albums, links to Photocasts, movies, and podcasts -- to the Internet in a single click. No configuration, no hassle. Just click "Publish" and iWeb automatically publishes your entire site to the Internet, where anyone with a web browser can see it. iWeb even lets you announce your website via email so friends and family stay in the loop.
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Will not open with Mavericks. I spent $60 for nothing. The specs did not indicate this would be a problem. All I wanted was iMovie HD on my new Mac!Published 14 months ago by Nancy Cronan
Need to change my review as the seller was not aware of the missing IPhoto and Itunes and therefore was not at fault on purpose. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Southern Retired Educator
Worked great in my older Mac G5. Just what I needed. Arrived quickly with great service. Will now be able to use compyterPublished 22 months ago by Richard Colavito
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