Tag Archive: QuickTime


How to Record Video on Mac with Webcam & QuickTime

Ever wanted to record a video on a Mac using the computers built-in camera? Maybe you want to capture a special moment as a movie, record a quick video note, record a movie for social media, or for any other purpose. Whatever the reason, you can easily record video on Mac using the front facing … Read More

How to Loop Video with QuickTime Player on Mac OS X

Looping a video allows the movie to play repeatedly, and QuickTime makes video looping extremely simple for any video file on a Mac. This is a great movie playback feature for many purposes, but many users will find it particularly helpful for demonstration videos, tutorials, kiosks, or shorter video clips that are best enjoyed on … Read More

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How to Loop Video with QuickTime Player on Mac OS X

Looping a video allows the movie to play repeatedly, and QuickTime makes video looping extremely simple for any video file on a Mac. This is a great movie playback feature for many purposes, but many users will find it particularly helpful for demonstration videos, tutorials, kiosks, or shorter video clips that are best enjoyed on … Read More

How to record your iPhone or iPad screen with QuickTime

There are many reasons you may want to record your iPhone screen: demonstrations, tutorials, gaming and much more. Sure, there are apps out there that can do this for you, but the only downside is that they use up valuable storage space on your iPhone or iPad. In this week’s Quick Tips video, I’m going […]

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How to record your iPhone or iPad screen with Quicktime

There are many reasons you may want to record your iOS device’s screen: demonstrations, tutorials, gaming and much more. Sure, there are apps out there that can do this for you, but the only downside is that they use up valuable storage space on your iPhone or iPad. In this week’s Quick Tips video, I’m […]

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Run QuickTime Player 7 in OS X Yosemite & Mavericks

QuickTime Player, the video player and editing tool bundled with the Mac for ages, received a fairly major overhaul when it turned into QuickTime Player X. While it became free and lost the need to upgrade to a Pro version, it also lost out on a lot of really nice professional features that QuickTime Player … Read More

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Run QuickTime Player 7 in OS X Yosemite & Mavericks

QuickTime Player, the video player and editing tool bundled with the Mac for ages, received a fairly major overhaul when it turned into QuickTime Player X. While it became free and lost the need to upgrade to a Pro version, it also lost out on a lot of really nice professional features that QuickTime Player … Read More

How to Record Sound on a Mac the Easy Way with QuickTime

If you need to record some simple sound or audio on a Mac, you can do so easily using a bundled app that comes with OS X, without having to download any third party utilities. That app is QuickTime, which may come as a surprise to some users as it’s typically thought of as a … Read More

Record Your Mac’s Screen For Free With Quicktime Player [OS X Tips]

QuickTime Screen RecordingYesterday, we showed you how to record your iPhone or iPad’s screen using Reflector, an app that runs on your Mac and records the iOS device’s screen via a little AirPlay magic. Today, let’s talk about recording your Mac’s screen. I was surprised to find out that QuickTime Player will do this for free, and […]

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Shorten a Videos Length by Trimming in QuickTime for Mac OS X

Trim video on a Mac with QuickTime

QuickTime is usually thought of as a movie viewing app, but it also has a few simple editing features that are extremely easy to use, and that don’t require the launching of a more complete video editing suite like iMovie. We’ll focus on the Trim function of QuickTime here, which lets you lets you shorten the total length of the movie clip by trimming it  [Read More…]