Archive for September 2nd, 2015

by Tom Nelson

QuickTime X, also commonly referred to as QuickTime 10, came on the scene with the introduction of OS X Snow Leopard. QuickTime X represented a leap in the version numbering, jumping from 7.x, which has been around since 2005.


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QuickTime is both a media player, able to handle video, pictures (including panoramic), QuickTime VR (a virtual reality format), and audio, and a basic multimedia capture and editing app.

It probably sees the most use as a video player, allowing Mac users to view various video formats, including movies made on iOS devices or downloaded from various video sites.

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