A step-by-step tutorial on how to merge separate audio and video files using QuickTime Player 7 Pro.
A step-by-step tutorial on converting time-lapse images into a movie using QuickTime Player 7.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to display, or hide, closed captions in QuickTime X or QuickTime 7.
Chapter markers were traditionally the domain of DVDs. However, both QuickTime movies and MPEG-4 movies for the web can also contain chapter markers, which makes navigating through a long movie a lot faster when you are trying to find a specific section to review. Here’s how to display them in QuickTime 7 and QuickTime X.
Last month, I wrote about how to use QuickTime 7 to add audio to video. Since then, I’ve gotten several comments from people that own OS X 10.6 that they don’t have QuickTime 7 on their system.
A reader questions why the Quicktime quality of his sequences are soft when he exports them as a mov.
In this article Larry exhibits how to maintain better control over your clips with QuickTime.
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