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MacMost Now 667: Trimming Audio With QuickTime Player
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Are you using Lion?
No. I am using Snow Leopard.
There;s your problem. This tutorial is about QuickTime Player in Lion.
is there a way to use quicktime player audio in imovie?
Don't know what you mean by that. QuickTime Player is an app. You would play a video or audio file with it. You can use that same video or audio file in iMovie.
Hi Gary, Big fan ...
Is there a way to export music from iTunes to a zip drive directly without burning to a CD first? I have tried dragging a playlist to my zip drive, but most of the songs come up as "Bad Media" on my Ford display in my car when I do that. Is there another way to do that? If I burn a CD first, then drag the files from the CD, they seem to work. But I was hoping to avoid the extra step. Thanks in advance.
P.S. Maybe you have addressed the issue before, but I missed it. Thanks again.
Zip drive? Do you mean the old Iomega drives? I'm guessing not. Not sure what it is then.
But most likely your problem is that when you drag the file from iTunes you get a copy of the file -- which could be mp3 or aac. Maybe your car doesn't like the aac format. So you've got to convert those to mp3. Or vice-versa. You'll need to check with your car's documentation and see and then convert your library to that format to make thing easier. See episodes 392 and 109.
Sorry, Gary. I meant a USB Flash Drive. There is a built-in USB port on my Ford Escape sound system. I will check out episodes 392 and 109.
wow, best tip this year!
Gary, I tried to trim a tune from itunes in QuickTime Player, but there is no EXPORT option. ???