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QTCoffee allows you to manipulate QuickTime movies (and other QuickTime readable media such as MPEGs, AVIs, music and images, and others with appropriate plug-ins such as Ogg and WMV files) via the command line.

The QTCoffee tools allow you to modify movies by extracting tracks and chapters, creating chapters, scaling & rotating tracks (or the entire movie). You can also multiplex movies (e.g. take a video track from one movie and a sound track from another), join movies together, and split a movie into equal duration parts, at specified times, or by chapters. Files with only MPEG-4 video and/or AAC audio can also be more...

What's New

Version 1.2.5:
  • Allow URL movies too
  • Fixed an issue with mp4 export not working with some H.264 tracks
  • chapcutmovie has the option not to use chapter names in the output filenames
  • Handle unnamed chapters at the beginning of the movie

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Bozo Clown Member IconReview+10
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These are command line utilities for manipulating media files that work well. You need to be comfortable working in the Terminal and you need to read the first page of info displayed when you double-click the installer. If you want a GUI app look elsewhere but don't ding this one for not being that app.

Documentation can be viewed using the command:

open /usr/local/share/doc/QTCoffee/How\ To.rtf

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Version 1.2.4
Ned Anderson Member IconComment+5
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Do you think this will help with VODEI, BMP codec files. Incedentally has anyone played a VODEI file on a mac?

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Version 1.2.4
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Didn't install. Installer just wrote something about errors during installs - try again. NO explanation about what went wrong. I don't like this: zero points.

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Version 1.2
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Anonymous
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As stated on their webpage:

"By default, QTCoffee installs into the privileged directory /usr/local. If you wish to install it somewhere else, you can download the manual install package."

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Please submit a full bug report, perhaps including a screen shot of the errors you received.

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so. I downloaded and installed.
No indciation of where it put anything.
No file called QTCoffee shows up anywhere.
No manual. No read me. no nuttin.
Nothing in the Application folder with any recognizable name.

How are you supposed to:
(1) find this?
(2) figure out how it works?

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Version 1.2
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As stated on their webpage:

"By default, QTCoffee installs into the privileged directory /usr/local. If you wish to install it somewhere else, you can download the manual install package."

At this point in time reading the readme/manual is necessary. QTCoffee does not have an aqua GUI.

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That is, look to their website for such reading materials.

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QTCoffee is a set of command-line tools. They are accessed by typing their name on the command-line. This is the way all command-line tools work. The documentation is installed as a set of man pages; there is also a Read Me and several other RTF documents whose locations are noted in the man pages.

The first sentence of the first panel of the installer tells you where they are installed. That panel also tells you how to get at the documentation.

We tried our best to help novices like you to find the application and its documentation by including this information in the installer, in the Read Me, and on our web site. We know of no better way of informing the user where a command-line tool goes. It's not like a GUI app where you just double click an icon. If you have a better idea, please email us.

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Got to love free!

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Version 1.1.1
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Downloads 10,200
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Date 23 Jan 2008
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
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