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Apple Pro Training Series QuickTime Pro Quick-Reference Guide by Jem Schofield, Steve Martin, Brian Gary

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Chapter 3. Editing Movies

QuickTime Player is often regarded as an application solely for playback, but QuickTime Pro can perform many basic editing functions easily and efficiently. For example, if you’re on the road with a portable computer (Mac or PC) and you need to quickly add or delete content from a movie, you can use QuickTime Pro to define sections for addition or removal and then perform the edit. You can then save the file as a new file or use QuickTime Pro’s powerful export function to transcode the movie in another format.

Displaying Movie Information

QuickTime Pro displays the most useful information about a piece of media it can open in one easy-to-read window: the Movie Info window. If multiple movies are open at once, the Movie ...

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