By Michael Rubin
Within the simply Apple-certified consultant to iLife '05, electronic pioneer Michael Rubin has you making miracles with iLife in the first few pages. utilizing real-life fabric and useful classes so you might practice instantly for your personal tasks, this book/DVD mixture bargains a whole, self-paced direction in all facets of iLife '05. targeted classes take you step by step via every thing from arranging your iTunes library to including lighting tricks in your video undertaking. you will learn how to make customized tune CDs or DJ a celebration along with your iPod, upload movement and sound on your slide exhibits and use "Hollywood type" strategies for making larger video clips. With this e-book you will move from beginner to manufacturer of your individual media content material in a single day! The e-book is either a self-paced studying instrument and the professional curriculum of the Apple education and Certification application, utilized by colleges and coaching facilities around the world. a simple, available variety paired with abundant illustrations and keyboard shortcuts make sure that readers will make iLife their existence very quickly.
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Apple Training Series: iLife 05 by Michael Rubin