Video Tutorial for Mac & Windows: Protecting Screenshots with QuickTime Pro (2)


In this 2-part video tutorial series, you will learn how to use QuickTime Pro to prevent Internet users from downloading original screenshots. All you need is a Pro (registration code) upgrade to your existing QuickTime copy. We also use Adobe Dreamweaver to edit HTML documents and Fireworks to edit graphic images. But you can use any HTML and graphic editors your choice.

We have finished encapsulating screenshots with QuickTime Pro. In the 2nd video tutorial, we only use Adobe Dreamweaver to create and edit HTML files. 

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  • Apple QuickTime Pro version: 7.5
  • Adobe Dreamweaver version: 9.0.0
  • VTC version: 1.0
  • Video length: 7 minutes 49 seconds
  • Video file size: 17.6 MB
  • Video format: QuickTime
  • Video compression: H.264
  • Video resolution: 900 x 675 pixels
  • Audio effects: Available
  • Audio commentary: Available

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    QuickTime Pro is a product of Apple, Inc.
    Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 is a product of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

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