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Apple wants us to get an iLife

Apple today unveiled iLife, an integrated suite of the company’s digital lifestyle applications, featuring new versions of iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD, and the recently released iTunes 3. iPhoto 2 now includes one-click photo Enhance, a new Retouch tool, photo archiving to a CD or DVD, and the ability to email photos with one click using Mail, Eudora, Entourage and AOL. iMovie 3 features pro-quality special effects, powerful new audio editing tools and sound effects from Skywalker Sound’s seven-time Academy Award winner Gary Rydstrom, pro-quality special video effects, and the ability to add chapter markers. iDVD 3 includes 24 new customizable DVD menu themes, automatically creates DVD scene selection menus from iMovie chapter markers, and offers the ability to personalize themes with personal photos, music and movies using iDVD Drop Zones. The iLife applications will be included with all new Macs and on January 25, iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3 will be available for free download from Apple’s Web site. The iLife retail package will be available January 25 for a suggested retail price of US$49.

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