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Editing QuickTime Movies > Using Other Nifty QuickTime Editing Tricks - Pg. 19

QuickTime Pro: Making It All Happen 19 Figure 1.8. This QuickTime movie has no content, but you'll soon remedy that. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Open a movie from which you want to copy a clip to paste into your new movie. Use the selection techniques that you learned in the previous section to select the portion of the movie that you want to place in the new movie. Choose Edit, Copy (or press +C) to copy the selected frames. Move back to the new movie that you created in Step 2. Choose Edit, Paste (or press +V ) to paste the clip into the new movie. The previously empty movie will now show the clip that you pasted into it. Play the clip by pressing the Spacebar. Open another movie and copy a clip from it (or copy a different clip from the same movie). Go back into your new movie and drag the playhead to where you want the next clip to be pasted. You can paste another clip at the beginning, end, or in the middle of your new movie. 10. Press +V to paste the second clip in the new movie. The frames that you paste remain selected in the new movie. If you don't like the results of the paste, undo it or cut the new frames. 11. Jump to the front of the movie and play it. 12. Keep pasting clips into your movie until it has all the clips that you want in it. 13. Choose File, Save As. 14. In the Save dialog box, click the "Make movie self-contained" radio button, name the movie, choose where you want it to be saved, and click Save. Your new movie is complete.