Vancouver BC, Canada (PRWEB) December 24, 2008
Mac Video Training is a new company with a simple goal: to help users learn your Macintosh computer. Appropriately called "Quick Start", the company's video training courses are designed to get users going quickly and work at their own pace to master the Mac. These new training CD's are now available in more than 380 retail outlets in the US and Canada, and are also available as digital downloads from the company's website. The retail CDs includes versions of the course formatted for Apple TV, iPod, and iPhone for on the go learning.
The first of the series Quick Start Your Mac, is geared towards people who are new to technology, new to the Macintosh, or even new to the latest version of OS X. The course consists of 50 professionally produced videos covering the essential features of a Mac and it's operating system. Here, users will learn to navigate the interface, how to work with applications, how to manage files, and how to get the most out of the operating system. The CD also includes many extras such as using Windows on a Mac, media player options, and backing up data.
"Many people try and learn a new computer, OS, or applications by attending a live training seminar or reading the manual," says Paul Garay, co-founder of Mac Video Training. "The problem is, most of the live information is forgotten and people find owner's manuals boring and dry. Our Quick Start video courses not only get you going quickly, but can easily be revisited at your own pace. It's like having your own personal Mac trainer!"
From there, the series moves into more specific areas of the Mac with Quick Start to iPhoto '08, Quick Start to iMovie & iDVD '08, and forth coming courses on iTunes, GarageBand and the iPhone. Using the same high-quality user friendly video interface, these titles can have users importing, editing, and sharing photos in minutes. Turning raw video footage into polished movies with music, titles, and special effects burnt onto their very own DVD. These titles will quickly have users creating the ultimate music and video experience even with an iPod, creating a Podcast or recording a hit song.
Mac Video Training is made up of Mac experts, training professionals, writers, and technical specialists who love the product, and who have come together to produce training materials for all levels of Mac users. Their new Quick Start courses will have users enjoying all the great features, and applications on highly acclaimed Apple products.
Pricing and Availability:
Quick Start series courses are available for $39.95 in more than 380 retail locations throughout the US and Canada or as digital download from the company's web site. For video samples, ordering and retail information, please visit http://www.macvideotraining.com/.