MacMost Now 647: Editing Video With QuickTime Player

You can use the QuickTime Player in Lion to make quick changes to your videos rather than starting an iMovie project. You can merge videos, trim them, split and re-arrange sections of a video and export in standard QuickTime format. You can also rotate video that has been shot in the wrong orientation.

Comments: 7 Responses to “MacMost Now 647: Editing Video With QuickTime Player”

    Mr Anthony Cotton
    8 years ago

    Thats a very good video. You make it that easy even i can follow what you said,and did. I have never used Final Cut, because it`s way over my head.
    Thanks Gary

    Mr Anthony Cotton
    8 years ago

    Is this just in Lion. Gary

      8 years ago

      Yep, that’s right. I mention that in the description and the video.

    James
    8 years ago

    Is this new version of Quicktime Player available for separate download or just available in Lion OSX? Thanks

    Jack
    7 years ago

    I have downloaded a video which I can play in Quicktime Player. If I trim the video, I can export the changed video. If I split into clips and then try to export it, I receive a warning “Operation Stopped”. No matter what I do, cannot save the file if I split into clips. Any ideas?

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