How many times you wanted to watch a video or listen to some music online, and found that your computer can’t play the file? That’s why they made QuickTime. It’s a powerful and useful media technology that works on Mac and PC and plays almost every popular video or audio format you can imagine. […]
There always seems to come a time when you want to capture what’s on your Mac’s screen: as a picture or a video. There are plenty of ways to do it too. Here are a few of the best.
Make quick and simple movies of your computer screen, or audio recordings. Here’s how to do it with QuickTime Player 10, already installed on most Macs.
If you’ve recorded a quick movie using QuickTime Player 10 it’s easy to upload it to MobileMe, YouTube or save it to iTunes. This Tip explains all.
If you’ve recorded a quick movie using QuickTime Player 10 it’s easy to trim it, choose the quality and where to save it, and to find out information about the movie. This Tip explains all.
Make quick and simple movies of yourself to send to friends and family instead of emails, or perhaps as a video journal, just for you. Here’s how to do it with Quicktime, already installed on most Macs, and the built-in iSight camera.