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QuickTime for Filmmakers by Richard Ferncase

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Appendix AInstalling QuickTime and Upgrading to QuickTime Pro

You may already have QuickTime installed (if you are using OS X on the Mac, you already have this as part of the operating system). To see if you have QuickTime, follow these steps:

  1. Open your “Control Panels” folder; Mac OS 9 users will see a “QuickTime Settings” icon (Figure A.1), whereas Windows users will notice the “QuickTime” icon (Figure A.2) if your computer is QuickTime ready. If you do not see the icon, then you do not have QuickTime and you will have to install it.
  2. Double-click the “QuickTime Settings” of the “QuickTime” icon to open the control panel.
  3. Make sure the fly-out menu setting at the top of the panel is set at “About Quick-Time,” if it is not set already. Some ...

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