When I go to ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.QuickTimePlayerX/Data/Library/Autosave Information, it is empty.

Does anyone know how to enable auto saving, because QuickTime bizarrely has no Preferences.

This has made me lose precious stuff.

  • What do you want to achieve with QuickTime? There is no option like that 'cause QuickTime on it's base is just a media viewer, no need for autosaving, but maybe I know some alternatives for your purpose. – muuvmuuv Apr 11 at 6:58
  • QT Player is supposed to autosave. IF you search for 'how to retrieve files," eg if you have a crash, is sends you to that filepath. But mine is not autosaving. – Dab123 Apr 11 at 12:17
  • And btw, QT records audio and video, it's not just a media viewer! – Dab123 Apr 11 at 23:21
  • btw: CMD+Shift+5, IMO it was (!) just a media viewer. I know the things you could do with QT but things getting old. I still does not believe of a autosave feature or maybe they have removed it because there are better alternatives – muuvmuuv Apr 13 at 7:40

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