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Split and Add Clips with Quicktime - Mac OSX Lion

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo technology expert Justin Zagri teaches you basic editing features of Mac OS X Lion's Quicktime, including splitting and adding clips to a video. Splitting a Video Clip --------------------------------------------------------------------- The Quicktime player in Mac OS X Lion allows you to use basic editing features to adjust your videos. One useful feature is the ability to split Quicktime clips and merge them with other videos.?Splitting a video will insert a cut that separates the video into two parts. You can then adjust the parts separately, by reordering them or trimming them.?First set the video to the frame where you want the split. Then go to Edit -- Split Clip to insert a break in the video.?A bottom bar will appear in the Quicktime video window. It displays the separate clips within a timeline. You can click on a clip to highlight it and drag it to a different place in the timeline.? Adding a Clip --------------------------------------------------------------------- You can add a clip from a different video into the split you just made.?First select the split in the video. Then go to?Insert -- Insert Clip After Selection.?This will open a Finder window for you to locate a clip and click?Choose Media. The clip will appear in the timeline where the split was.?To edit a clip: You can adjust a clip to trim off its beginning or end if you don't want to include all of it. Go to?Edit -- Trim?and the timeline will allow you to drag?the ends of the selected clip?in or out.? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/how-to-split-and-add-clips-with-quicktime-in-mac-os-x-lion/
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