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I'm thinking about producing a DVD. The first application that comes to mind is of course iDVD, but reading up on it I'm getting the impression that it's geared very much towards movies (naturally). But my project is more like a collection of slide shows, probably with recorded sounds, but involving no pre-made movies. So I'm wondering if there are other programs for producing DVDs that might be better suited for this. It doesn't have to be free, although -this being a personal project- I wouldn't want to spend hundreds of bucks.
iDVD can also easily create slideshows directly from any photos in your iPhoto library or elsewhere. Is there something special about these slideshows? [ March 03, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
No, there's nothing special about the slideshows. I was thinking about adding voiceovers, as well as titles, to some of the images, though, and it seems that I'd need to use iMovie to do that. At least that's the impression I got from watching a few of the iLife tutorials.