Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Apple QuickTime 7 - Powerful Multimedia Player

QuickTime 7 is the latest and most used media player developed by Apple Company. It uses advanced multimedia technology with powerful media platform. For those who are using Apple OS systems are very familiar with QuickTime, but for Windows users it is new and exciting. Using QuickTime, you can watch Internet videos, High-Definition movie trailers, and of course your favorite audio/video files of any format.


Basically, Apple QuickTime 7 has four important features or functionality to let user enjoy outstanding high quality and advanced media. Let’s discuss briefly about them.

Multimedia Platform:

Whether you want to view digital camera or mobile videos or internet videos or a movie on your PC, QuickTime advanced technology makes it more comfortable, no matter which format it is. If any of the media file format is not playable, then it suggests downloading video/audio codec.


Powerful Media Player:

An in-built media player with simple interface and easy user control makes hassle-free for naïve PC users. There are some special playback options in QuickTime 7 such as a slider which slows down the speed through a movie.


Progressive Video Technology:

QuickTime 7 has the H.264 – the most advanced video compression technology for High-Definition video playback without much storage and bandwidth usage. And the output delivered will be firm, pleasant and extraordinary.


Wide Range of File Formats:

It has extensive file formats like MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, MPEG-4 HD/DVD, Blu-ray, 3GP, etc. Apple offers codecs for professional quality such as DivX that lets you create own DivX media content.


If you are looking for a Pro version of QuickTime 7, then you could afford just $29.99 where you can convert/edit media files of various formats, record digital media and even you can have Third-party plug-ins supported.


Apple QuickTime 7.7, the latest version is free to download apple’s official site which supports Windows 7, Vista, XP and Mac OS.

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