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The Beginner's Guide to Doing Everything In iTunes
By John Tollett, Robin Williams
Jun 18, 2008
Best-selling authors Robin Williams and John Tollett share their best tips and tricks for working with music, movies, podcasts, Internet radio stations, and more in iTunes 'O8.
Unlocking Your Mac's Dashboard: How to Make Your Mac Bring You the Info You Need
By Scott Kelby
Jun 6, 2008
Best-selling author Scott Kelby takes you tip by tip through Leopard's Dashboard and reveals his top 10 favorite widgets. Can you guess what they are?
Working with Productions in Final Cut Server
By Matthew Geller
Jun 6, 2008
Streamline your editing workflow by learning how to use productions in Final Cut Server.
Intro to Image Editing in Aperture 2
By Richard Harrington, Ben Long, Orlando Luna
May 30, 2008
In this one-hour lesson, you'll learn how to import, crop, and straighten photos as well as improve white balance and remove sensor dust and red eye from your photos using Apple's Aperture 2 software.
Fixing Automator Workflow Folder Action Plug-Ins in Leopard
By Ben Waldie
May 23, 2008
Ben Waldie shares tips and recommendations to help you resolve Automator Folder Action plug-in workflow issues in Mac OS X Leopard.
Preprocessing: How Real Movie Magic is Made
By Andy Beach
May 5, 2008
In this excerpt from Real World Video Compression, author Andy Beach shares industrial-strength preprocessing techniques that will make your video look professional no matter what device you're watching it on.
How To Buy and Rent Media To Play on Your Apple TV
By Jeff Carlson
May 2, 2008
In this excerpt from The Apple TV Pocket Guide, Second Edition, author Jeff Carlson tells you how to buy cool stuff to watch on your Apple TV using either your computer or the Apple TV itself.
Filmmaking 101: Anatomy of a Final Cut Express Project
By Lisa Brenneis
Apr 29, 2008
Before you can make movie magic, it helps to understand how your editing program organizes and manipulates all of those sequences and clips you've been shooting. In this sample chapter from Final Cut Express 4 Visual QuickStart Guide, author Lisa Brenneis shows you how to manage a well-organized project in Final Cut Express.
Liven Up Your Design Through Repetition
By Robin Williams
Apr 2, 2008
Author Robin Williams offers practical, fun advice on creating continuity through repetition to make your design work appear more cohesive and professional.
Run Windows on Your Mac Using Parallels
By Dwight Silverman
Mar 21, 2008
Now you no longer have to choose between Mac OS X and Windows! Computer columnist Dwight Silverman shows you how to run Windows on your Mac using Parallels.
The Apple Certified Guide to Using Mac OS X Server's Open Directory
By David Pugh, Schoun Regan
Feb 29, 2008
This short, four-hour course by authors Schoun Regan and David Pugh is the only Apple-Certified instruction on how to use Mac OS X Server's Open Directory tools.
Comparing Digital Camera Sensors, Part 1
By Peter Bauer
Feb 22, 2008
In part one of this three-part series, Peter Bauer takes a look at some practical aspects of different-sized camera sensors in digital SLRs. Which camera should you buy? You may want to read this first.
Peachpit Exclusive: Interview with Legendary Computer and Photography Book Author Scott Kelby
By Scott Kelby
Feb 19, 2008
In this exclusive interview, bestselling Photoshop and technology book author Scott Kelby speaks with Peachpit Publisher Nancy Aldrich-Ruenzel about being the top-selling computer book author for the fourth straight year, making the transition from podcast to television, his latest book projects, his photography equipment, his workflow, and much, much more.
Top 10 Reasons To Upgrade to Aperture 2
By Richard Harrington
Feb 19, 2008
Apple released the long-awaited update to its Aperture image-editing software last week. So, is Aperture 2 worth the upgrade? Author Richard Harrington thinks so and he gives you 10 reasons why you should upgrade too.
QuickStart Guide to Lighting for Movies
By Jeff Carlson
Feb 8, 2008
Author Jeff Carlson helps you avoid disasters in the editing room by making sure you shoot your films in the right light.
It's Tricky: Scott Kelby's Coolest iPod Tips & Tricks
By Scott Kelby
Feb 1, 2008
Best-selling author Scott Kelby shares a few of his best tips for getting the most out of your iPod.
Setting Up Your Mac to Use a Smartphone's Internet Connection
By Maria Langer
Feb 1, 2008
Flying clients around in her helicopter sometimes takes Maria Langer off the grid. A bit of experimenting helped her (and now maybe you!) to get connected again, using a smartphone with a Bluetooth interface, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, and a dial-up networking service.
Going Back to Your Mac in Mac OS X Leopard
By Maria Langer
Jan 25, 2008
The new "Back to My Mac" feature in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard puts all of your Macs within reach. Maria Langer shows you how.
One Hour Lesson: Learn to Record MIDI in Logic
By David Nahmani
Jan 24, 2008
In this hour-long lesson excerpted from Apple Pro Training Series: Logic Pro 8 and Logic Express 8, author David Nahmani explains everything you need to know to record MIDI in Logic. If you want to follow along on your Mac, however, you'll need to buy the book to access the related lesson files.
Remote Control: Screen Sharing in Leopard
By Ryan Faas
Jan 18, 2008
One of Leopard's many new features is screen sharing. Screen sharing makes it easy to control a remote Mac on a local network, over the Internet, and even through iChat. Ryan Faas shows you how easy it is to use this feature as well as what precautions you should take to help secure your Mac when you are using it.

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