Quicktime Multimedia Authoring - Nearly Dead?
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 23:12:25 EDT 2006
FWIW, I think QT is and has been for many years Apple's greatest single
technology. I might now say it's tied with the iPod.
On 10/19/06, Stephen Barncard <stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com> wrote:
> I'm friends with the VP of Quicktime at Apple.
> If someone can gather all the complaints and needs in one document
> point-by-point, I can make sure he's aware of your concerns and can
> perhaps tell us what's in the future for Quicktime without blowing an
> NDA. He also might be aware of some new QT based authoring products
> in the pipeline.
> Glenn was VERY bullish about and proud of the product, and I'd expect
> he's have a really good answer. It's worth a try. He was concerned
> and disappointed when he found Realaudio files on my sites!
> >However, it should be noted you are speaking from a Windows perspective.
> >>In my quest for finding the ultimate multimedia authoring tool,
> >>I've come to the tentative
> >>conclusion that QuickTime, (as far as an authoring platform is
> >>concerned), is falling so far
> >>behind that it could soon be considered "dead". Apple, the very
> >>folks who should be
> >>promoting solutions for interactive QuickTime haven't done
> >>anything, themselves, for years.
> >stephen barncard
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