Wall Street Journal’s Mossberg says iDVD output ‘by far the best’ compared to PC rivals

“Like almost everything Apple Computer makes, iDVD is simple and uncluttered. It uses only six icons at the bottom of its main screen: theme, folder, slideshow, motion or duration, preview and burn. Its 14 main menu themes are very stylish and professional looking, and its icons are large and easy to read. The Mac produced by far the best slideshow discs, not only because they were burned onto DVDs instead of VCDs, but because the iDVD program has the handsomest and most professional-looking options for menus and backgrounds,” writes Walt Mossberg for WSJ.com. Read the entire article here.

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