If you are looking for QuickTime Alternative, you have come to the right place. We explain what QuickTime Alternative is and point you to the official download.
What is QuickTime Alternative?
QuickTime Alternative provides the user with a selection of codecs that enable them to play Apple QuickTime media files on their Windows computers. The codec pack was developed by KL Software to provide users with a means for playing 3GP, MOV and QT files, including QT DirectShow files, on their Windows-enabled machine.
The codec pack also installs Media Player Classic, which is capable of playing other media files. The player is installed with decoders that allow it to run DVD movies, MP2 and MP3 files, MPEG-2, AAC and AC3, and also DTS audio files.
There is a Lite version of QuickTime Alternative, which is also able to play QuickTime files on Windows computers. The main difference between the Standard and Lite versions is that the Lite version does not include Media Player Classic, which limits the types of media files that the user can play on their computer. Through the codec pack, the user is also allowed to play embedded QuickTime videos from Web pages through the Internet Explorer Web browser.
QuickTime Alternative is a free codec pack. It can be downloaded from third-party sites.
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File types supported by QuickTime Alternative
Our users primarily use QuickTime Alternative to open these file types:
About file types supported by QuickTime Alternative
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Last updated: : May 6, 2013