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5953 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 9, 2008 9:40 AM by QuickTimeKirk
Currently Being ModeratedApr 9, 2008 9:40 AM (in response to Ben Low)Open your audio/video QuickTime file and then open the the Movie Properties window.
Highlight (single click) on the "Video" track and "Extract" (upper left of that window) to make a new video only version.
Open your audio QuickTime file, select all (Command-A) and copy (Command-C). This stores your audio track on the Clipboard.
Switch back to your "extracted" video track, select all (Command-A) and choose "Add to Selection & Scale" (Edit menu).
Test this file and then "Save As" to make a self contained QuickTime .mov file from these parts.Mac mini (G4 1.4), iMac G3 400, and Sony laptop using XP, Mac OS X (10.5.2), 10.3.9 OS 9.2