Codecs Windows Media Components for QuickTime

Windows Media Components for QuickTime 2.4.2.4 for Mac

by Flip4Mac

Avg. Rating 2.4 (65 votes)

File Details

File Size 24.6 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Mac OS X
Date Added
Total Downloads 9,501
Publisher Flip4Mac
Homepage Windows Media Components for QuickTime

Publisher's Description

Windows Media Components for QuickTime lets you can play Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) directly in QuickTime Player and view Windows Media content on the Internet using a Web browser.

Latest Reviews

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2.3.6.5 on Dec 9, 2010

I have not installed QuickTime for 4 years....
I have not had any problems by not using QuickTime
the web does not use QuickTime anymore......

Paul Skinner

Paul Skinner reviewed v2.2.2.7 on Jun 10, 2009

This is in fact version 2.2.3.7

Works pretty well for me. Slightly stupid that you're supposed to pay to make WMV files though.

dmainzman

dmainzman reviewed v2.1 on Jul 28, 2006

It's nice... but... it could be better.
I wish it would actually use WMP to open these things, like in Windows... because you can get more options:
It would be easier to view fullscreen, ... um... well, that's about it. But I do want that sometimes.
But this is the only thing available to watch videos in your browser, so it's just sort of necessary. But personally, I hate using quicktime to actually watch videos.

serendipityguy

serendipityguy reviewed v2.1 on Jul 28, 2006

Whish that this would work on windows also...

Quicktime to view avi, mpg, wmv on a pc would be nice. ;->

Paradise-FH-

Paradise-FH- reviewed v2.1 on Jul 28, 2006

i only wish apple would do the same for their quicktime codecs.

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v2.0.1 on Jan 12, 2006

Nice, works fine. I would say kudos to Microsoft for releasing this for Mac OS users also, but if you think about it they obviously want everyone to use Windows Media so it's not exactly an act of charity.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v2.0.1 on Jan 12, 2006

I have to give M$ credit for this, it's nice to have the ability to play these formats on Quicktime.

However, I and hopefully many other Mac users started using alternatives like Videolan. I only keep Quicktime for certain media on websites.

Avg. Rating 2.4 (65 votes)
Your Rating
CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2.3.6.5 on Dec 9, 2010

I have not installed QuickTime for 4 years....
I have not had any problems by not using QuickTime
the web does not use QuickTime anymore......

Paul Skinner

Paul Skinner reviewed v2.2.2.7 on Jun 10, 2009

This is in fact version 2.2.3.7

Works pretty well for me. Slightly stupid that you're supposed to pay to make WMV files though.

dmainzman

dmainzman reviewed v2.1 on Jul 28, 2006

It's nice... but... it could be better.
I wish it would actually use WMP to open these things, like in Windows... because you can get more options:
It would be easier to view fullscreen, ... um... well, that's about it. But I do want that sometimes.
But this is the only thing available to watch videos in your browser, so it's just sort of necessary. But personally, I hate using quicktime to actually watch videos.

serendipityguy

serendipityguy reviewed v2.1 on Jul 28, 2006

Whish that this would work on windows also...

Quicktime to view avi, mpg, wmv on a pc would be nice. ;->

Paradise-FH-

Paradise-FH- reviewed v2.1 on Jul 28, 2006

i only wish apple would do the same for their quicktime codecs.

Banquo

Banquo reviewed v2.0.1 on Jan 12, 2006

Nice, works fine. I would say kudos to Microsoft for releasing this for Mac OS users also, but if you think about it they obviously want everyone to use Windows Media so it's not exactly an act of charity.

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v2.0.1 on Jan 12, 2006

I have to give M$ credit for this, it's nice to have the ability to play these formats on Quicktime.

However, I and hopefully many other Mac users started using alternatives like Videolan. I only keep Quicktime for certain media on websites.

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