QuickTime 7 is Apple's cutting-edge digital media software for both Mac and Windows-based computers delivers unparalleled quality for creating, playing and streaming audio and video content over the Internet. Besides playing MPEG-4 and MP3 content, it supports timecode tracks as well as MIDI standards such as the Roland Sound Canvas and GS format extensions. It also supports key standards for web streaming, including HTTP, RTP and RTSP. Plus, it supports every major file format for images, including JPEG, BMP, PICT, PNG and GIF. QuickTime 7 features an ultra efficient new H.264 video codec delivering stunning quality at remarkably low data rates from 3G to iChat AV to HD.
Reviewing 7.4 (Apr 4, 2008)
It works well most of the time and is better than the alternatives, as Real Player hardly works above very light, basic content, and Windows Media is extremely restricted on Mac OS X.
The fact that Apple finally got its act together and cleaned up more than a dozen security issues makes it all the better.
Reviewing 7.0.4 (Jan 10, 2006)
Highly disappointing and not worth the upgrade. All version 7 does is prevent you from saving files unless you pay Apple more money. Just like anything that Apple does, you're paying through the nose for a slick interface, but consistently poor performance.
Reviewing 7.0.3 (Oct 13, 2005)
I notice this has only got a score of 2.9. As a relative Mac newbie I havene;t had a problem with it, but I would be interested to know if anyone can recommend any alternatives?
Reviewing 7.0.3 (Oct 12, 2005)
When will these companies learn not to turn everyone off by bloating the h*ll out of their software and shoving everything they produce down our throats in one big "open WIDE..."? Let us plug in options as we need them or something. Man, this is a product out of control.
Reviewing 7.0 (May 1, 2005)
Ummmm well .. lets just say that its a good start to something that might have potential in the future ... try again Apple .. maybe Version 8 will be better
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