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Summary

This chapter explained the audio capabilities of Mac OS X. When combined with the graphical and video multimedia capabilities discussed in previous chapters, you can now see that Mac OS X gives you a powerful platform for creating, storing, and playing back audio, movies, presentations, and just about anything else. And all this with the ease of use and built-in power that Macintosh users expect as part of their out-of-the-box experience.

Of course, having a great audio and video library and a disk full of multimedia presentations isn’t very exciting if you can’t share them. Mac OS X brings the same transparent usability to networking that it brings to personal computers. It’s easier than ever before to do what you want without worrying about the internals of your hardware or networking configuration.


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