* Enables users to get up to speed quickly with all four of Apple's digital media applications: iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, and iDVD * An essential resource, since Apple doesn't provide user manuals for any of these four software applications * Includes a bonus minibook on Apple's iPod-the hot-selling MP3 player that is often used in conjunction with the iLife applications * Key coverage includes ripping songs and working with a playlist, editing and saving digital photo files, assembling picture and video clips into a home movie, and creating, editing, and burning DVD slide shows and movies * One of the first books to ever cover Apple's new iTunes music download servicePress the Select button twice (Off changes to Al bums) to shuffle the albums without shuffling the songs within each album. When the iPod is set to shuffle, it wona#39;t repeat a song until it has played through the entire album, playlist, or library . Creating. on-the-go. playlists. If you dona#39;t have playlists from iTunes (or you dona#39;t want to hear those playlists), you can create a temporary on-the-go playlist (notanbsp;...
|Title||:||iLife All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies|
|Author||:||Tony Bove, Cheryl Rhodes|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 2003-10-24|