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Hey guys this is emix77. And I’m here with little QuickTime Pro Tutorial. There are a lot of people who wants to know some secrets about QuickTime Pro and I’m here to show you what it’s all about. So I have a couple of QuickTime Pro movies here as you can see here’s one over here, I got one. And I also have text edit and the menu and I’m going to what that’s all about. First, let me show you a little quick shortcut if you hit COMMAND, J it will bring up this little box which will let you have it to see your annotations, your resources, your presentation and your audio settings.
Now, this gives you a way to adjust your audio in QuickTime as you can see. If your audio clip is too low, you can turn your volume way up. You can turn your base all the way up in your treble. So this is little hidden menu, a lot of people don’t know about if you got clips that are just too low, the volume too low, you can see if this right here will help you. Pretty nice that will hide your feature. If you go up here and select or as you say it says video track, sound track, video track because I have to QuickTime videos open, it’s its going to list the video on an audio track for both videos and of course there’s a text track where I put in the subtitle.
So say on this one movie right here, I don’t want my sound. I’m done with my sound, so I’ll find—you’ll notice there are video track 2 and a sound track 2. So this is the video from our second movie and there’s the sound for our second movie. So if I check this check box, it removes the sound that takes away all sound and we’ve just got the video, same way goes for this other check box. If you uncheck the video box, it takes away the video and all left is your sound track.
Now, I’m going to get to a couple of menu features. As you can see I got two QuickTime videos here. So what I’m going to do is I’m going to go over to this video and as you can see down here in the time line, there’s this little markers which I choose select certain parts of your video. Say if I selected this part of my video, went up to edit and hit cut, it would cut that part of my video, but I don’t want to do that. I’ve got a certain part of my video selected, so what I’m going to do is I’m going to right click and hit COPY. Now, what I’m going to do is I want to go back over here to my video, my other video, set everything to normal. Now I’m going to move my play head to the end.
Now, if I go up to the edit menu and hit ADD to movie boom! It teaches those two movies together. It’s edited that portion of the movie. I copy and paste it to the end of this movie. It just sticks them together. So this is a way you edit your movies together in final in it quick time pro is not limited to just working on one movie at the time, you can actually edit clips together actually you edit separate movies together by doing it this way. That is just one way to do it.
Now, I’m going to show you way to add subtitles. So if I go to text edit and I enter something in here, I want to enter MacIntosh is great and I’m going to highlight it, now I’m going to go to edit and hit COPY. Now, I’m going to go back to my QuickTime. I’m going to go up to edit and select ADD to selection and scale and click that and boom! As you can see, it throws a subtitle right here below my movie. I’m not probably sure if you can see it on YouTube but there it is. And those are some three quick little and neat things you need to know about QuickTime in QuickTime Pro. If you have any questions, you guys get a hold of me and we’ll see you next time.