Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video QuickTime player, part of Up and Running with Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
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The QuickTime player, although not new to Mountain Lion, is much more powerful than …it was when it was first introduced. Not only can you play movies and audio …using the QuickTime player, but you can also make them too. …Let's take a look. I'm going to begin by launching the …QuickTime player on my computer. So, I'm going to use Launch Pad here. …And I'll just type quick up here, to filter down my applications, and I'll …press enter to launch the QuickTime player. …Now, the first thing I want to do, is show you how you can play a movie file …using QuickTime. So I'll go to the File menu.…
I'm going to choose Open File. And I'm going to navigate to the project …files for this course in the lesson seven folder. …I'm going to select a file called water.mov. …I'm going to go ahead and click the open button and this is going to open a basic …movie file that I recorded using my iPhone. …Now, the QuickTime player, when you have a movie open, you can see that we have …this nice little floating controller that allows us to adjust the volume right here. …
- Installing Mountain Lion
- Creating and logging in to a user account
- Setting parental controls
- Customizing the Finder window toolbar
- Sharing files between users
- Browsing the web with Safari
- Sending and receiving email
- Installing applications
- Using Reminders, Notes, Messages, and the Notification Center
- Backing up and restoring files with Time Machine
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Trainingwith Christopher Breen6h Appropriate for all
iPhone and iPod touch iOS 6 Essential Trainingwith Garrick Chow7h 46m Appropriate for all
1. Exploring Mountain Lion
2. Installing Mountain Lion
3. User Accounts
4. Getting to Know the Mac OS
5. Browsing the Web with Safari
6. Sending and Receiving Email with Apple Mail
7. Useful Mountain Lion Applications
8. Major Mountain Lion New Features
9. Preparing for the Worst
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