iPhoto '11: Full-screen modes

The new version of iPhoto offers an array of full-screen modes for viewing events, Faces, Places, albums, and projects. You can also do all of your editing in this mode, as shown in the screenshot here.
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iPhoto '11: New slideshow themes

The app includes a variety of new slideshow themes, but one of the most compelling is the Places pin mode shown here. It aims to tell a trip-based story and looks pretty neat.
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iPhoto '11: Sharing

iPhoto now creates complete themes within an e-mail message. There are eight to choose from, and you can even rearrange photos from within the compose screen of the e-mail.
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iPhoto '11: Facebook albums

The program has also expanded its Facebook integration. For example, once your account is linked, you can browse albums from your profile from within iPhoto.
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iPhoto '11: Facebook tagging

In addition, you can tag your friends from within the software, rather than having to enter Facebook separately.
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iPhoto '11: Books theme

Apple has made noticeable upgrades to the book creation feature in iPhoto. Here you can see the dynamic theme browser, which lays out your project in a carousel for easy viewing.
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iPhoto '11: Books layout

Autoflow is now purportedly smarter, laying out your photos automatically in the order they were taken. There's also a new layout view that lets you see the entire arrangement of your book on a single screen.
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iPhoto '11: Letterpress card builder

For those who miss iCards, Apple has added a new printing feature to iPhoto '11. You can build them easily from the theme carousel shown here.
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iPhoto '11: Letterpress card result

Each card is printed on premium card stock and features a textured overlay on the front as well as a matching envelope. There are currently 15 themes to choose from.
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iMovie '11: Movie trailers

The most exciting addition to the new iMovie is the ability to easily create movie trailers for your videos. You can add your own titles, cast, credits, and even a studio name.
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iMovie '11: Audio editing

The app also attempts to make audio editing even easier with a highlighted track and real-time previews of fade-in changes.
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iMovie '11: New effects

There are a handful of new auto effects in iMovie. Select "instant replay" to automatically insert text over a particular scene and have it repeated in slow motion. There's also "flash and hold" and "jump and cut to beats."
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iMovie '11: Sports and news themes

The video-editing program already included several themes; Apple has now added some geared for sports and news.
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GarageBand '11: Groove Matching

GarageBand '11 doesn't have a huge amount of updates, but one major addition is a feature called Groove Matching. It lets you easily select tracks that play at different speeds and get them in sync.
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GarageBand '11: Amp effects

Finally, you get 7 new guitar amps for a total of 12. You can also reproduce the sound of classic foot pedals with 5 new stomp box effects, which brings the choices to 15 in all.
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