Quicktime and the Snow Leopard

Neal Campbell nealk3nc at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 13:17:00 EDT 2009


In would caution that you are also dealing with a version 1.0 or a very
majory rewrite. It will grow and accumulate fixes, new functionalities and
weirdnesses all its own.


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On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 12:18 PM, Colin Holgate <coiin at verizon.net> wrote:

> The new QuickTime Player is fairly neat, and will do most of the things
> that most people will need to do. For us who need to do more complex
> editing, or adding of multiple tracks and so on, we can install the
> QuickTime Player 7.
>
> As for what Rev can play back, it's probably best to just try it, on both a
> 10.6 machine that has had the optional QT7 install, and one that hasn't. I
> have it installed, so if you have any QuickTIme files you want me to try in
> Rev, let me know.
>
> The only things that I know of that QTX has trouble playing is .MID and
> QTVR. In RevMedia I can play an old QTVR panorama, a cubic QTVR, and an MOV
> with a MID track in it (Rev hates just MID on its own, but is fine with a
> MOV that has a video track and a MID track). This all suggests that Rev is
> using QT7 features, so I'm not sure how a machine that didn't have the
> optional install would get on.
>
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