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NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, Mac OS, Macintosh, QuickTime, iMovie, iDVD and Final Cut Pro are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple.
The applications in QuickTime 3 Pro work with all the media formats supported by QuickTime software, making it easy to enjoy movies, pictures, and sound files from the Web, CD-ROMs, and other sources.
QuickTime was chosen by the International Organization for Standards (ISO) as the file format for MPEG-4, and Apple is working with other ISMA members to bring interoperable MPEG-4 products and technologies to market.
QuickTime 5 is immediately available for free download at www.
In addition to the updated media player, the new "in-place" component downloader and Skip Protection, QuickTime 5 also features:
Since its release less than a year-and-a-half ago, more than 100 million copies of the cross-platform QuickTime 4 player have been distributed worldwide.
Like the XENA LH, the LS supports 10-bit resolution SMPTE SDI video, with format support ranging from TGA, TIFF, BMP, and uncompressed AVI and QuickTime.
Internet Pictures Corporation (Nasdaq: IPIX), the standard for dynamic imaging, today announced a suite of new dynamic imaging products that are compatible with Apple's new QuickTime 5, the next generation of Apple's market-leading multimedia technology for creating and streaming high-quality audio, video and interactive digital content.
With Flip4Mac, we finally have a feature-complete way to play back WMV files in QuickTime Player, and use them as source content for QuickTime apps like Final Cut Pro and After Effects.
is the must-attend event to learn about capturing, creating and broadcasting in QuickTime.
The Telestream solution for Windows Media supports any QuickTime-based application, including Final Cut Pro, iMovie, and QuickTime Player.
The adoption rates of QuickTime 4 and QuickTime Streaming Server have been phenomenal," said Phil Schiller, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.