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Extracting Video and Audio Elements of Any QuickTime Movie for Your Digital 197 Lifestyle Projects You won't be able to download every movie you find because some are provided without the Quick- Time controls, and you might not be able to save them to your Mac. However, you will be able to save the vast majority of movies that you find on the Web. NOTE If the commands on the QuickTime pop-up menu are disabled, you aren't using QuickTime Pro. You have to be using QuickTime Pro to be able to save QuickTime movies to your Mac. Finding QuickTime Sources Already on Your Mac The odds are that you have a number of QuickTime movies on your Mac already. You can use Sherlock to search your Mac to find QuickTime source material that is already stored on your ma- chine. Use Sherlock to Find Potential QuickTime Source Files Already on Your Mac 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Click the Sherlock icon on the Dock or choose File, Find when you are working in the Finder. You will see the Sherlock search window. Click the Files icon to put Sherlock in the local search mode (the Files icon looks like a hard drive). Choose the sources that you want to search by checking their On checkboxes. Since you want to make a complete search, check all the On checkboxes you see. Click the Custom radio button. Click the Custom pop-up menu and choose Edit. You will see the More Search Options dialog. Click the triangle next to the Advanced Options text to open the Advanced search options.