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I've been hearing about people being able to edit videos using quicktime 7 pro. Could someone tell me how to do this? Like a walkthrough or a website i can look at, or just tell me here. Because i really need to know how to started editing video ie borders, etc. :spook:
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Quicktime makes it easy to crop movies, re-arrange your videos or even crop your mp3 songs. I use to crop mp3songs for my ringtones.
About editing on quicktime, i doubt so.That's why they have i-movie,finalcut, adobe premiere...
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You can't edit a movie the way you would with iMovie using Quicktime.

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you can trim, cut, copy and paste with QT 7. but to use adjustment functions (sharpness, blur, contrast, brightness and etc) you need a graphics card which supports core image.
QT is good for fast cut and trim, and for export (can export several files simultaneously), but i would not use it for movie editing
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