Topics to be covered include;
- QuickTime 7. An short overview of the exciting new features in QuickTime 7, including H.264, multichannel audio, AV capture, share, and the enhanced playback capabilities.
What’s New in QuickTime 7. A more detailed information about all of the new features in both QuickTime 7 Player and QuickTime 7 Pro.
Other QuickTime Products. Covering QuickTime Broadcaster, QuickTime Streaming Server, and the QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component.
QuickTime and MPEG-4 Featuring H.264. QuickTime support of industry standards with emphasis on MPEG-4 and H.264. It also provides in-depth information on H.264 and the specifics of Apple’s implementation.
Why QuickTime? Explaining why users should choose QuickTime for all of their digital media needs.
After the interval, before commencing with the QuickTime presentation, Nicholas gave a short presentation on the new Mighty Mouse that was released by Apple Computer a few days before.
Tuesday, August 9, 2005
7:30pm – 10:00pm
Macintosh MultiMedia Group [3MG]
Balwyn Baptist Church
Corner Whitehorse & Parring Roads
Melways Ref: 46 F8
Entry – Free of Charge
Refreshments – Gold Coin donation
Download QuickTime 7
Download the latest version of QuickTime 7 for either Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later or for Windows 2000 and XP.
The launch pad to all the information you’ll ever need or want relating to QuickTime.
Learn all about the features that upgrading to QuickTime Pro will grant you.
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The best way of submiting a polite and postive letter to Apple requesting that the “Full Screen Playback option be included in the standard QuickTime Player without having to pay for QuickTime Pro.
The QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component provides QuickTime users with the ability to import and play back MPEG-2 content, including both multiplexed (a.k.a. muxed, where the audio and video tracks are interleaved together into one track) and non-multiplexed (a.k.a. elementary) streams. It is perfectly suited for professional and semi-professional content creators
Combining the power of QuickTime with Apple’s ease of use, QuickTime Broadcaster allows just about anyone to produce a live broadcast event. From a backyard birthday party to a corporate keynote speech, QuickTime Broadcaster allows anyone with an Internet connection to “virtually” attend.
QuickTime Streaming Server
Whether you are looking to add streaming media to your web site, deliver distance learning or provide rich content for your mobile subscribers, Mac OS X Server has all of the tools you need. Featuring the latest version of QuickTime Streaming Server (QTSS) and QTSS Publisher, providing streaming services has never been easier or more cost-effective.
The largest collection of Movie Trailers available and all in QuickTime format.
QuickTime HD gallery
High-definition video brings the widescreen vistas, clarity and color depth of film to the television and computer screen. So you can view movies the way film directors intended. Check out this gallery of amazing high-definition video and see what’s in store. Note: You will need a PowerMac G5 with QuickTime 7 installed to play these videos.
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