a lot of different questions... (iMovie lesson, all-in-one printer)

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by bigben334, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. bigben334 macrumors regular

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    when i get my macbook pro, i am going to have to be using iMovie a lot...only problem is i've never used it before :confused: does anybody know of a video or something that like kind of teaches you how to use iMovie or something like that..............also, i have another question...i have a hp psc 1315 all-in-one printer and i would like to know if i could hook it up to an airport express and be able to print to it from both my macbook pro and my brother's windows laptop wirelessly...i will be setting up a wireless network using a netgear rangemax router....will the airport express work with that network??? will it extend the range??...will it let me print to my printer?? is my printer compatible??? i know im asking a lot of questions here but any help would be greatly appreciated...
     
  2. rdowns Suspended

    rdowns

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    Free .mac trial has videos on how to use iMovie as well as other iApps and Tiger.

    www.mac.com
     
  3. steelphantom macrumors 6502a

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    Apple has tutorials up for all of their iLife apps. Here's some for iMovie:

    http://www.apple.com/support/imovie/tutorial/


    Also, about your printer, I'm not so sure it will print wirelessly. I have the HP PSC 1350 and it cannot be accessed wirelessly. You may end up having to purchase a cheap printer to do wireless printing over your network.
     
  4. thedude110 macrumors 68020

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    A Google search of "iMovie Tutorials" will turn up a ton of stuff, including this work by the fine IT folks at the University of Vermont.
     
  5. Kingsly macrumors 68040

    Kingsly

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    The AP express should extend the range, though I am not sure your printer will work.
    For someone who knows: Is the AP express a print server, or does the printer have to have networking?
     

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