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Using .Mac

These days, the easiest method for putting your movies on the Web is to use Apple’s .Mac service (www.mac.com). When you sign up for a membership (which costs $100 per year), you gain access to an iDisk, which is essentially a networked 100 MB hard drive that lives at Apple. You also get to use the online Homepage tools to create a site, and a mac.com email thrown into the mix, too. Once you’ve created an account, you simply copy your movie to a folder in your iDisk, then use it to build a Web page.

To mount your iDisk:

  • In the Finder, choose iDisk from the Go menu (Figure 15.13).

    Figure 15.13. Your iDisk is always available under the Finder’s Go menu.

    or

  • Click the iDisk icon in the Toolbar (Figure 15.14). (If you don’t see an iDisk icon, choose Customize Toolbar from the View menu, and drag the iDisk icon to the Toolbar area. Press Done to accept the change.)

    Figure 15.14. Putting the iDisk icon in your Toolbar makes your iDisk available from any Finder window.

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