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From iMovie to iDVD > From iMovie to iDVD - Pg. 371

The steps are exactly the same as described in the previous section--except that you turn off the Movie checkbox shown in Figure 15-12. Drop a picture or movie The picture on a button doesn't have to be a scene from the movie. It can be any graphic you want. Just drag any graphics fle right onto the button itself; you'll see the button image change instantly. This graphic can come from just about anywhere. For example: ·TheFinder. Drag any graphics fle out of a folder window or from the desktop. ·iPhoto. In the Customize drawer, click the Media button and choose Photos from the pop-up menu. You now see a list of all of the albums in your Mac's iPhoto collection. You can drag any photo onto a button to install it as the new button face. Phase 4: Design the Menu Screen Drop Zones Drop zones let you use video, slideshows, and graphics as the backgrounds of your menu screens. Not every theme offers drop zones, but nearly all of the new 5.0 themes do: Travel Cards, Sliding Panes, Anime Pop, Baby Mobile, and so forth. As if you couldn't guess, the words "Drop Zone" (see Figure 15-13) indicate where the drop zones are.