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Tip: If you tinker with the graphics tools in a program like Photoshop or AppleWorks, you could come up with a decent replica of the standard FBI warning that appears as the Autoplay of a commercial DVD. You could precisely duplicate the wording and typographical look--or you could take the opportunity to do a hilarious spoof of the usual warning. The DVD Map--and Autoplay · Aslideshow. Once you've got the Photos list open in the Customize drawer as described above, you can also drag an entire iPhoto album onto the project icon. Alternatively, you can click and c-click just the photos you want in the Customize panel, and then drag them en masse onto the project icon. In fact, you can even drag photos--as a group or in a folder--right out of the Finder and onto this icon. To control how long your still image remains on the screen, or how quickly your Autoplay slideshow plays, double-click your Project tile. You arrive at the AutoPlay slideshow editor, a screen like the one shown in Figure 16-10, where you can adjust the timing, transition, and even the audio that plays behind the picture(s). Tip: It's possible to create a DVD that never even gets to the menu screen--a DVD consisting only of Autoplay material. You could design a project that way for the beneft of, for example, technophobic DVD novices whose pupils dilate just contemplating using a remote control. They can just insert your Autoplay-only DVD