In addition, you will also find two comparisons focused on digital entertainment in which you can find out the pros and cons of the best digital television tuners for your Mac and the best sound systems for your iPod to become a sound system in your living room. Do not miss the article that shows you how to turn your Mac into a video surveillance center for your home or office and thus control what happens from wherever you are.
Tricks with iTunes, export movies to Apple TV …
In the June issue you will also find various tricks for, for example, playing alternate playlists in iTunes, how to convert DVD movies to play on Apple TV and the best tricks to turn your GarageBand compositions into tunes for mobile.
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Contents Macworld 170
Apple TV in depth
By Javier Rodríguez
We tell you everything you need to know before buying the Apple TV, as well as the secrets and tricks to configure this unique peripheral in a matter of seconds, and for you to use it making the most of all types of supported content.
Digital TV on your Mac
By Fernando García
We compare the best external options to tune in and record digital television with your Mac.
Sound systems for iPod
By José Carlos Daganzo
Discover the best speakers to turn your iPod into the musical equipment in your living room.
By Ramón González Arena
We compare the main utilities to effectively handle fonts on the Mac.
Mac video surveillance
By Javier Rodríguez
Set up a whole surveillance system with your Mac for less than 200 EUR.
Simple music creation with Reason + GarageBand
By Héctor Facundo Arena
We show you some techniques by which you can create master musical compositions in a matter of minutes.
From iPhoto to Aperture
By Jim Heid
If you are one of those iPhoto users who are starting to test the Aperture program, in this short tutorial we will show you the best tricks to import your current iPhoto library into Aperture while keeping the maximum organization capacity and the rest of the metadata.
XTensions for QuarkXpress 7
Canon Pixma iP2500
USB Photo Printer with ChromaLife Inks
Robot for duplicating and printing CD and DVD
Control your computers remotely
High Definition compatible projector
USB interface for Line 6 Variax guitars
Line 6 GuitarPort
USB guitar interface
Belkin Wi-Fi Phone
Skype compatible phone