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Creating Maps On Your Mac To Use In Mail, Pages, Keynote or iMovie
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Great ideas for using maps.
Are there copyright issues if I want to use a map in a publication for sale or use it on a commercial website? Is permission needed from Apple?
James: I'd imagine there are copyright issues. But I'm not a lawyer so I don't know for sure. You'd probably be better off using stock maps from a service for things like that.
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I have not tried it but I think I know why the “Print > Open in Preview” option cuts off the borders of what is displayed in Maps. Could it be related to the printer margin settings?
Douglas: I don't think so. I just think it prints to the size of paper which is a different ratio than the window.
Great video Gary, never thought to do anything like this. Great ideas for every example you mentioned. The iMovie portion I know I will be using next time, excellent idea. 👍🏻
I have created travel videos to share with family and friends. I often will open Quicktime and activate Screen Recording. Then i will record a large map that then pans and zooms into the geographic area that my travel video is about. In the video editing app, i start with this recording of the map and transition to the photos and videos i took while at the location.
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Can you do the same on Maps on an ipad using IOS.