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The Movies Media Pane Dragging fles in from the Finder is great, but it assumes that you know where your movies are. Fortunately, if you're a little fuzzy on where you've stored all your movie fles, iDVD can help. Open the Customize drawer (click the Customize button at the bottom of the screen if it isn't already open). Then click the Media button at the top of the drawer and, from the pop-up menu, choose Movies (see Figure 16-4). The Movies pane opens, showing a list of folders at the top of the pane. At the outset, this list contains only one folder, the Movies folder (which is actually in your Home folder). Click its name to see every digital movie and iMovie project that iDVD can fnd in that folder (although not in folders in that folder.) See the box on the next page for some tips on navigating it. (If you have movies somewhere else on your hard drive, see "Listing more movies," below). Figure 16-4: At the top of the pane, you see a list of all the QuickTime movies and iMovie HD project icons in your Home Movies folder, or other folders you've told iDVD to search. When you click one of these folders, you see its contents in the pane, exhib- ited as thumbnail images. Drag your selection into the menu screen to make it part of your DVD-in-waiting. Adding Movies chapter16:idvdprojectsbyhand 389