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Date: 2008-10-23
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Create DVD Menus for Your Presentations
How to create DVD menus for your presentations
Burning PowerPoint to DVD is a good solution of preserving PowerPoint presentations and preventing them from being edited by others. Also, by burning PowerPoint to DVD is ideal for viewing PowerPoint presentations through various media. But have you ever thought that you can create DVD menus for your presentations to be viewed on TV with a DVD remote control just like a movie?
Keynote 2008 Essential Training: Input audio and movies into your Keynote presentation
Video 2: Web views and adding hyper links
In this Lynda.com video training series, host David Rivers takes the lessons a step furthur by showing how to import audio into a Keynote presentation, whether it be for one slide or the entire presentation, as well as movies. He starts with adding an audio file to a specific slide in the presentation, by accessing it via iTunes.

Final Cut Pro 6 Level 2: Preferences, projects and sequences
Video 2: Managing Audio in the Timeline
In this training video, host Jerry Leer discusses preferences, projects and sequences. The preferences in FCP have been sub grouped in different headings, making it easier to find things. He shows the FCP menu and goes over each of the preferences in the menu, starting with the Audio Video settings. he also covers preferences under the General tab, editing, Timeline, Render control, and Audio outputs.
Switching from the PC to a Mac: The Gotchas, Part 3
While the switch can be worthwhile you should be aware of the Gotchas
Once you've successfully transferred all your emails, contacts, documents, and media files on to your Mac you can turn to your software - and our next Gotcha! There are the obvious problems, such as your favorite PC program or utility not being available in a Mac version but with a bit of searching on sites like www.MacUpdate.com I'm sure you'll find something that does a similar job.
Keynote 2008 Essential Training: More Masking Techniques
Video 2: Adjusting Images in Keynote
In this Lynda.com video training series, host David Rivers continues looking at the masking techniques available in Keynote. In this lesson he covers creating your own mask using the mask command, as well as using shapes to create masks as well.
G-Technology's G-Drive mini 500GB
small form factor external hard drive solution
As consumers take full advantage of the digital gadgetry that has permeated their lives, they have learned more and more about the importance of backing up the data that their devices produce. And the best back up scenarios involve backing up the backup. I learned the hard way. In the last two weeks I've had two external hard drives fail, a Maxtor One Touch III, and a two-year old Seagate 500GB eSATA external drive (in the case of the Seagate, the interface failed, and not the hard drive).

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