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Mac OS X Server 10.6 Snow Leopard Essential Training: What is missing in QuickTime 10?
In Mac OS X Server 10.6 Snow Leopard Essential Training, server expert Sean Colins shows how to set up a brand-new server or migrate existing data to a new Snow Leopard Server installation. The course explains how to build a custom image that will automatically set up hundreds of client machines using the System Image Utility, and how to establish groups using the Workgroup Manager. Each chapter demonstrates how to set up a different server option, including mail, calendaring, and printing, services required in most office environments, but the course also shows features unique to Snow Leopard like Podcast Producer and Wiki Server. The course finishes with a demonstration of how to use Time Machine with an Open Directory archive to backup corporate data.
In this clip, host Sean Colins details some of the features that are missing from QuickTime 10, when compared to QuickTime 7 Pro, including the ability to copy, cut, and paste video, the ability to extract or delete video or audio tracks, or overlaying tracks over each other, and the ability to export movies using the full range of QuickTime codecs. If you had QuickTime 7 Professional installed before you installed Snow Leopard, you still have it installed on your Mac, it is now in the utilities folder.
What is missing in QuickTime 10?
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Sean Colins was involved with Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and related technologies before they were released to the public. He is the founder and lead consultant of CoreQuick LLC, an Apple consulting company that specializes in Apple's server and networking products. In addition to running his consulting business, Sean has done several titles for lynda.com, and he has been a speaker at Macworld, conferences, and private user group meetings all around the world.
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