Audio editing software Mac
The QuickTime application included with your Mac isn’t just a video-playback tool. It includes basic video-editing features for trimming video files, combining multiple files, and recording your videos. These features work with audio files, too!
QuickTime is certainly no iMovie, but it doesn’t need to be. Like, QuickTime offers the basic editing features you’d need in a lightweight program like this.
Trim a Video or Audio File
To get started, open an .mp4 file or another video with QuickTime. QuickTime is the default video player, so you should just be able to double-click your video file. You can also open an audio file in quicktime — Command-click or right-click it, point to Open With, and select QuickTime.
With the video (or audio) file open in QuickTime, click Edit > Trim. A simple trimming interface will appear — just click and drag the bars on each end to select the part of hte video file you want to keep. Click Trim and the other bits of the file will be removed.
You can then click File > Save to save the video file, removing all the other content. Or, you can click File > Duplicate to create a duplicate copy of your edited video file and save the copy, preserving the unedited original.
Combine Multiple Files
Quicktime can also combine multiple video files. Start by opening the first file in QuickTime. Next, drag-and-drop another file onto the QuickTime window. You’ll see it appear at the end of the first file. You can drag-and-drop each clip here to rearrange their order. Double-click a clip to open the Trim interface, where you can easily remove content you don’t want to appear in the resulting file.
This also works with audio files. Drag-and-drop an audio file onto the QuickTime window and it will appear on a bar below the video files. This will overlay the audio over the video file, and it will play at the same time as the video. Both the audio file’s audio and the original video file’s audio will play at the same time. You could use this to add background music to a video, for example.
When you save (or duplicate and save) the original file, the additional content will appear at the end of the file — in the same order it appears on the bar at the bottom of the screen. Simple!More:
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