QuickTime - How do I make a QuickTime movie using my photos?
You can make a slideshow movie of your photos and play it using QuickTime Player or any other application (such as a web browser or word processor) that supports QuickTime.
NOTE: Slideshow transition effects you set in iPhoto are not included in Quicktime movies of your photos. In addition the information contained in this article was primarily tested and authored by Apple and we are not responsible for any lost images or files.
Step 1. First please create or place the photos (image files) you wish to use in your slideshow on your computer system.
Step 2. Select the album or group of photos you want in your movie.
Step 3. Go to the “File” menu and select “Export”.
Step 4. Click the “QuickTime” button at the top of the “Export Photos” window.
Step 5. In the “QuickTime” pane, change the desired options:
a. Images: Specify the maximum dimensions of your movie in pixels and set the display duration for each photo.
b. Background: To add a background color to your movie, click the “Color” button, then click the color preview box to change the color. To add a background image, click the “Image” button, then click “Set” to select an image.
c. Music: Choose whether to include the same background music selected in the “Slideshow Settings” window. To learn more about setting slideshow options, click "Tell me more."
Step 6. Click “Export”.
Step 7. Now type a name for your movie and choose where to save it.
Step 8. Click “Save”.
To view your movie, open it from within QuickTime Player or any other application that supports QuickTime.