OS X Yosemite was announced and released to developers on June 2, 2014, at WWDC 2014 and it was released to public beta testers (the first one million people to sign up for the public beta) on July 24, 2014. Fortunately, for Mac users running OS X Yosemite, you can actually still install and run the older QuickTime Player 7 client without incident. However, converting audio and video file to another file format is one of the main features of QuickTime Pro. If you have issues with converting videos of any formats with QuickTime 7 on Yosemite, read through the two parts below.
Part 1: Installing QuickTime 7 Pro for Yosemite
1. Download and install QuickTime Player 7, you can get it here directly from Apple Support (technically it’s version 7.6.6)
2. At the Apple top menu, just click QuickTime Player 7 and click the button that says Registration and then the registration window will appear.
3. Simply enter your registration code of your QuickTime Pro, you will find the registration code attached to the email you will get from Apple after purchasing the product. To be able to make sure that you are entering the correct code, simply copy the code and paste it on the box.
Additionally, if you happened to have bought QuickTime Player Pro some time ago, the app still accepts those Pro registration numbers, and is then able to use all of the excellent editing, trimming, and exporting features that modern versions of QuickTime Player would greatly benefit from.
Part 2: Find a QuickTime Pro Alternative for Yosemite
If you would like to watch any videos in any format on your mobile devices easily, QuickTime Pro on Yosemite may not always help you, then a more reliable video converter is needed. Here Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is know as a QuickTime Pro Alternative for Yosemite which can convert Blu-ray, DVD, and any video and audio formats into any format you want for watching. Furthermore, this amazing software can support batch conversion and adding *.srt and *.ass subtitle.
Simply add the video file, select a format supported by your device and start the conversion. Conversion is literally as easy as 123! Below are the 3 steps you have to follow in order to convert your file using Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac. successfully.
1. Add video/audio files
Download the QuickTime Pro Alternative for Yosemite on your computer, install and run the program, add videos. You can choose to import videos by “Add Video”. Click the play icon on the video thumbnail and there will pop up a window and the file you choose will be played automatically.
2. Edit videos as you like
Find “Edit” icon and then click it, you will find video editor. There you can Trim, Crop, Add watermark and Effect. Above all, Subtitle can be added here.
For creating customized subtitle, you can count on free software for subtitle editing: Subtitle Edit. Go to write the subtitle content there and it will be saved as SRT files, which is supported by iMedia Converter for Mac. Then load it to the software for output videos and you will get a characteristic video.
3. Convert videos to different formats
Click “Format” drop-down list and choose the best preset for you portable device with best video quality. Plenty of presets that can be customized as necessary.
Then you can hit the big red “Convert” to start converting videos with best video settings. After the conversion, click “Open output folder” in the conversion window, or “Open” in main interface to quick locate the converted video.
Now, you can transfer these videos to your portable Android/Window/Apple device for smooth playback without any problem. Enjoy your digital life!
Aside from letting you convert your media files into other formats for a convenient viewing experience, you can also consider burning the file to DVD with Pavtube amazing bundled software here:
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