Using quick video and audio capture


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Using quick video and audio capture

QuickTime player in Snow Leopard now allows you to easily capture live audio and video directly from your Mac's iSight Camera, FireWire Camcorder or Microphone. This is a capability that was previously only available to people who upgraded to Pro version of QuickTime 7, but now anyone with a copy of Snow Leopard can record video and audio in QuickTime for free. Just go to the File menu and choose either a New Movie Recording, or a New Audio Recording if you only want to record sound. I will choose Movie. Here I am on Camera in my dark, dark booth.

I have a FireWire Camcorder connected to my Mac right now and this is what we are looking at. Now if you have more than one camera attached to your Mac, you can choose which camera you want to record from by clicking the little Arrow button here and you can choose the camera. I only have the one here in this case. You can choose your Audio Input, the quality of the movie: Medium, High or Maximum, and where you want to save the movie to. In this ...

Using quick video and audio capture
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Using quick video and audio capture provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard New Features

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