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Part 10. Getting an iLife

Part 10. Getting an iLife

iLife is Apple's name for its collection of five “digital hub” i programs: iPhoto, iTunes, iMovie, Garageband, and iDVD. This software represents the company's effort to empower Mac users to create and control their own entertainment media. With iLife, you can manage and share your digital photos; acquire and mix music; make your own music; produce digital movies; and create professional-looking DVDs that combine movies, music, still images, and more.

In this part you'll learn how to get your pictures into iPhoto and organize them into albums. When you have albums, you can print your photos, share them on the Web, and design real coffee-table-style books of photos. You'll also learn how to import music from your CD collection into iTunes, create custom mixes called playlists, and burn your own CDs. With a visit to the iTunes Music Store, you'll pick and choose from the latest tunes on the market—at 99¢ a pop. And you'll have a chance to discover your inner Mozart—or your inner Jimi Hendrix—by using GarageBand to put together your own tuneful masterpieces.


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