* A complete resource manual for Apple's recently introduced iLife digital media suite, which includes iPhoto 2, iTunes 3, iMovie 3, and iDVD 3, re-engineered to work together seamlessly
• The iLife suite comes standard on new Macs and is available on disk for older Macs; applications deal with digital photography, audio, video editing, and DVD creation and burning
• Covers all the latest enhancements to each application, complete with tricks, tips, and tutorials, plus a guide to using the applications together and with selected third-party software for more sophisticated projects
• Provides all the necessary information for beginners, as well as coverage of higher-end programs that do more than the pre-installed versions, for those who want to advance their skills to a higher level
• Written by a crack team of experts, Mac software developer Dennis Cohen and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus
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About the Author
Dennis R. Cohen has written or contributed to many books, including iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, & iDVD Bible, Macworld Mac OS X Bible, Macworld Microsoft Office 2001 Bible, Macworld AppleWorks 6 Bible, AppleWorks 6 For Dummies, and Mac Secrets, 6th Edition, as well as being the technical editor for over 70 titles in just the past few years. A software developer for over 20 years and a Mac developer since 1984, he brings a history not only with the Mac, but also with other platforms (including Unix). Dennis lives in Sunnyvale, California, with his Boston Terrier, Spenser.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is the author of over 40 books, including Dr. Mac: The OS X Files, or, “How to Become a Mac OS X Power User,” and Mac OS X For Dummies for Wiley, and The Little iTunes Book and The Little iDVD Book for Peachpit Press. He’s been a newspaper columnist for the Houston Chronicle for five years penning the popular “Dr. Mac” column every Friday for their award-winning Business section, and has been published in most magazines with the word “Mac” in their title. He’s known for his expertise, trademark humorous style, and ability to translate “techie” jargon into usable and fun advice for regular folks.