How to Play AVI/WMV/MKV Videos with QuickTime on Mountain Lion?
Many people who installed the latest Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion complained that they can't open the downloaded movies with QuickTime. Like we know, QuickTime doesn't accept files including AVI, WMV, MKV, RMVB, etc. directly. So, is there any possible way to play AVI on Mountain Lion, open MKV videos with QuickTime, or watch RMVB videos on Mountain Lion? The answer is definitely YES! Here, I will tell you how to enjoy the AVI, MKV, WMV movie files on the latest Mac operating system.
Guide of Converting AVI/MKV/WMV on Mountain Lion
The solution is using iPubsoft Free Video Converter for Mac, which is a nice app to convert all kinds of video formats to play on any device and application without any limitations. And the following detailed steps will teach you how to convert AVI/MKV/WMV on Mac OS X 10.8.
STEP1: Add AVI/MKV/WMV Videos
Directly drag and drop multiple files into the program. Or click the Add button from the toolbar to import your video files into the software from your local computer. Once files imported, you can preview the imported video files on the right window.
STEP2: Set output
Click the drop-down button of "Profile", then choose Common Video > QuickTime MOV as the output type. Then click the Browse button to select a destination folder for saving the output files.
STEP3: Start conversion
After all settings done, just click Start button to kick off the conversion. Several seconds later, you can get a new MOV file and import it to your QuickTime.
More about Mountain Lion:
Recently, many Macbook Pro and Macbook Air users complained that, since the operating system was upgraded to OS X 10.8, their Mac's battery life has become worse. So here we list several tips of Mac Mountain Lion battery life which may be helpful.
1. Turn Off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
2. Adjust and lower screen brightness.
3. Don’t multitask.
4. Keep operating temperature down.
5. Turn down/off the backlit keyboard.
6. Turn off background notifications.