A sound, video, and animation system developed by Apple Computer. A QuickTime file can contain up to 32 tracks of audio, video, MIDI or other time-based control information. Apple also provides a version of QuickTime for Windows.
A video and animation system developed by Apple Computer. Quicktime is built into the Macintosh operating system and is used by most Mac applications that include video or animation. Quicktime video files can also be played under Windows 95/98.
Developed by Apple Computer, QuickTime is a method of storing sound, graphics, and movie files. It has .mov file extension. Although QuickTime was originally developed for the Macintosh, player software is now available for Windows and other platforms.
An Apple technology for time-based multiple media data. QuickTime files can include text, sound, animation, and video, among other formats. Despite being internally compressed, QuickTime movies are often huge and are hard to work with on the Internet.
Quicktime is a file format developed by Apple Computer for storing video on in digital format. Files stored in quicktime format usually have a .mov or .mpg extension. Other popular formats include MPEG and AVI.
QuickTime 6.5, features 3GPP and 3GPP2, worldwide standards for the creation, delivery, and playback of multimedia over new, high-speed wireless networks. Built on MPEG-4 and powered by QuickTime, 3GPP and 3GPP2 extend the reach of rich multimedia to a new generation of handheld wireless devices. As the first widely distributed, freely available multimedia technology to deliver both 3GPP and 3GPP2 capabilities, QuickTime enables users all over the world to share 3G content with others via both computers and mobile devices.
Quicktime is a software architecture (developed by Apple) for the development, modification and presentation of multimedia content. The Quicktime plugin enables the presentation of such content in WWW browser.
A video and animation system developed by Apple Computer and built into the Macintosh operating system. It is used by most Mac applications that include video or animation. PCs can also run files in QuickTime format, but they require a special QuickTime driver. QuickTime supports most encoding formats, including Cinepak, JPEG, and MPEG. QuickTime is competing with a number of other standards, including AVI and ActiveMovie.
QuickTime is a file format for storing and playing back movies with sound. Though developed and supported primarily by Apple Computer, this flexible format isn't limited to Macintosh operating systems. it's also commonly used in Windows systems, and other types of computing platforms. In Windows, QuickTime files usually appear with the ".MOV" filename extension. Since 2002, Apple has started using MPEG4 video encoding on its QT streams, producing much better, if not excellent, video quality. View QuickTime Converter. View MOV to AVI MPEG Converter.
A video compression standard developed by Apple, but now also available for Dos/Windows. The QuickTime standard is one of the most popular formats for video clips on the World Wide Web. Return to the top
A system extension that makes it possible to view audio and video information on a computer. It was originally developed for the Macintosh, but is now available for Windows as well. The term also refers to the file format.
Part of your Operating System used to deliver rich multimedia experiences. Any scene created in MovieWorks Deluxe may be exported as a QuickTime movie - an industry standard file format that may be easily played in other applications, over the Internet and on PCs running Windows. It is important to think of a QuickTime movie as a container to store any combination of multimedia objects, regardless of whether it's a slide show, video sequence or presentation. MovieWorks uses QuickTime to handle importing, playback and compression.
A method of storing audio and motion picture video information on an Apple Macintosh computer. It is used to record and play back multimedia information and store the data on magnetic or optical media. QuickTime is also a collection of tools which allows movies to be modified (edit, cut, copy, and paste) just as a word processor is capable of modifying ordinary text.
A multimedia technology developed by Apple Computer which allows Windows, UNIX, Macintosh and other users to share high-quality audio and video files. There is a free and feature-enhanced Pro version ($30).
A popular video and audio format developed by Apple Computer, but which works on both Windows PCs and Apple Macintosh computers. QuickTime files have .mov as their filename extension - for example, holiday.mov. You can download the QuickTime software free of charge from www.apple.com/quicktime.
A file extension developed by Apple Computer Inc. for videos or movies (like animations) compressed using its QuickTime® format. When you see the QuikTime® extension on the World Wide Web, it means that the file in question is a movie or video. If you want to play the movie after you download the file, your computer must support the QuickTime® format.
Multimedia extensions to Macintosh's System 7 that add sound and video capabilities. A QuickTime file can contain up to 32 tracks of audio, video, MIDI or other time-based control information. Most major Macintosh DBMSs (database management systems) support QuickTime. Apple also provides a QuickTime for Windows version for Windows-based PCs.
A system 7 extension for Macintosh from Apple Computer that integrates full-motion video and sound into application programs that gives a seamless integration of video, sound, and animation. Also available as QuickTime for Windows.
A digital video standard developed by Apple Computer for PC/Windows and Apple computers. The QuickTime extension file is inserted into the Apple System Folder, and special viewing applications are required to view QuickTime "movies."
QuickTime is the name of the digital video file format created as a cross-platform standard Apple Computing. Macintosh or Windows users who have installed the QuickTime playback software (available free of charge from Apple) can view any digitised video and animations that are saved as QuickTime files. QuickTime is also a popular method of embedding motion graphics into websites, claiming responsibility for most of those delightful vacation video clips on so many people's home pages.
A video code developed by Apple Computer that enables frame-based animation, video, and audio files to play. The QuickTime player available free from Apple must be installed in your system for it to work.
Developed by Apple Computers, QuickTime is software that allows a computer user to play movie files. QuickTime is available for Apple and IBM compatible users running a compatible Operating System such as Microsoft Windows or any Macintosh operating system. With IBM compatible computers, QuickTime is commonly used to play .MOV extension files.
A multimedia (video and sound) file format allowing Macintosh and Windows users to create and view QuickTime movies if they have the appropriate authoring or viewing software. You can configure Netscape Navigator (Version 2.0 or later) to play QuickTime movies.
QuickTime is a file format used for the delivery of video, animation, and sound through a webpage or web site. QuickTime files use an excellent compression scheme which makes them ideal for web use. Viewing QuickTime files on the web requires the download and installation of the QuickTime plug-in from the Apple Computer web site at www.apple.com/quicktime - Netscape's Navigator and Communicator web browsers already include this plug-in.
Part of the Macintosh operating system that allows the management and synchronization of time-based material such as video, audio, and animation as easily as text and graphics can be manipulated. It is allows the display of video in a small window or screen, provides multimedia file formats, controls peripheral devices, and provides capacity for compression, making it a multimedia development tool.
A desktop video standard developed by Apple Computer. QuickTime Animation was created for lossless compression of animated movies and QuickTime Video was created for lossy compression of desktop video.
An Apple software program used to display video files. QuickTime movie files can contain text, sound, animation, and video, and are often very large. Because of their size, it can take a long time to download, especially if you are using model dialup access. RealAudio - A commercial software program that plays audio on as the file is being loaded, reducing the long waits for large files to transfer.
A common video file format created by Apple Computers. Video files found on the Internet are often stored in this format, and require a browser plug-in to be viewed (.mov). See Also: Midi, Plug-Ins Page Top
is a multimedia development, storage, and playback technology from Apple. Quicktime files combine sound, text, animation, and video in a single file. Using a Quicktime player that either comes with a Web browser or can be downloaded from Apple or the browser company, you can view and control brief multimedia sequences.
An audio and video codec developed by Apple®. QuickTime® is built into the Macintosh® operating system (7 and higher) and is available for the PC. Some programs (e.g., Kid Pix® Deluxe 3) may require the installation of a version of QuickTime® to take full advantage of all program features. Programs that require QuickTime® typically include the correct version and may prompt you to install it during the program installation.
A video format developed by Apple Computer commonly used for files found on the Internet; an alternative to MPEG. A special viewer program available for both IBM PC and compatibles and Macintosh computers is required for playback.
A software multimedia environment developed by Apple Computer, running on the Macintosh or under Windows 3.1. QuickTime enables the creation and playback of QuickTime movies featuring full-motion video, MIDI tracks and 16-bit ADPCM audio.
A system software extension that allows the playing of synchronized video and sound clips on a Macintosh or PC. A technology from Apple for handling video, sound, animation, graphics, text, music, and 360-degree virtual reality VR scenes. QuickTime lets you experience more than 200 kinds of digital media with your Mac or PC including images, music, MIDI, and MP3.
Quicktime is a common video file format created by Apple. Video files found on the Internet are often available in the QuickTime format - and require a special viewer for playback, which is currently released freely by Apple.