If you are looking for QuickTime Player, you have come to the right place. We explain what QuickTime Player is and point you to the official download.
What is QuickTime Player?
QuickTime Player is a media player platform equipped with multimedia technology. Using this software, you can view HD trailers of films, videos on the Internet or your own collection of personal videos from your mobile phone or cameras regardless of their file formats.
QuickTime Player is equipped with controls that are easy to use and that do not clutter your interface. The technology embedded in this software also allows users to control the speed of the video – to slow, pause, accelerate, and even record a specific portion from the film or video. A compression technology dubbed as H.264 is used with QuickTIme Player and is responsible for videos of crisp quality and sound. This is the same technology that permits you to save number of videos without sacrificing the bandwidth or storage space of your computer.
QuickTime Player lets you videos saved in variety of formats. Using one of its functionality called QuickTime 7 Pro, you can work on multimedia files as it lets you convert the files, edit your videos, and save them in different formats before sharing or publishing them on-line or sending them via e-mails.
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File types supported by QuickTime Player
Our users primarily use QuickTime Player to open these file types:
About file types supported by QuickTime Player
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Last updated: : July 15, 2013