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Question: Confused with Quicktime?

Hi,


I tried to capture working on my screen with Quicktime 7 but it is greyed out with pro next to the text?


I tried to upgrade but no link to buy?


Shouldn't Sierra have QT 10 already installed... I don't have it??


Thanks

iMac (27-inch, Late 2012), macOS Sierra (10.12.6)

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1. QuickTime 7 can't record the screen. If it matters, QuickTime Pro is no longer available.

2. Choose Applications from the Finder's Go menu and open the QuickTime Player. If it isn't there, restore it from a backup or reinstall the OS.


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Nov 15, 2017 7:16 AM in response to hemmick reef In response to hemmick reef

1. QuickTime 7 can't record the screen. If it matters, QuickTime Pro is no longer available.

2. Choose Applications from the Finder's Go menu and open the QuickTime Player. If it isn't there, restore it from a backup or reinstall the OS.


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