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Maybe those functions will be added in the future. I don't see the options in the Share menu as active either. Of course, you can save it from QT-10 and then open and export it from QT7. Not really a direct method, but workable.
. QT10 is the biggest "Apple" disappointment for me in a long time. I was hoping SL would give me a 64-bit QT application with QT Pro. But NO, I got stuck with that worthless piece of crap called QT10. I have to have QT Pro.
They say that Apple may not have a 64-bit QT Pro until OS 10.8. I'll be a hundred and five by that time. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, APPLE, YOU DIRTY ROTTEN SOBs.
QT10 obviously is the default Quicktime application. I want QT7 as my default QT applicataion. You can NOT just delete QT10 to make QT7 the default QT. But I found a way to get rid of QT10 and make QT7 the default QT application.
If anyone else wants to delete QT10 and make QT7 their default QT application, let me know and I will tell you how to do it. .
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
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