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Special Edition Using® Mac® OS X v10.2 by Brad Miser

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Creating and Editing a Movie with QuickTime Pro

Watching QuickTime movies is great, but you can go beyond watching QuickTime content. With QuickTime Pro, you can create and edit your own QuickTime movies. Editing movies with QuickTime Player is pretty easy because it works just like most other Mac applications. You can select portions of a movie and paste them into other movies, cut them, or duplicate them. Working with QuickTime content is very similar to working with text or graphics.

CAUTION

You can't edit QuickTime movies unless you upgrade to QuickTime Pro. And, after you upgrade, you sometimes need to restart your Mac to make the upgrade effective. To check this, open the QuickTime Player and open the File menu. If you see any Save commands, ...

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