Apple released QuickTime 7.6 today, saying: QuickTime 7.6 includes changes that increase reliability, improve compatibility and enhance security. Although this description is vague, other sources have already indicated that the H.264 single-pass encode quality is improved, as is MJPEG playback. To download the updated for Leopard, Tiger, or Windows, click here.
Eric wants to know how he can play video files with AC-3 audio. For those of you who don’t know what AC-3 is, it’s the technical name for Dolby Digital, which is an audio format that can contain up to six discreet channels of digital sound. It’s a highly optimized format, meaning you can store [...]
JD wants to know how he can play Windows Media, DivX, Xvid, MKV, and other types of videos in the QuickTime Player. This is a good question, as millions of Mac users may be surprised to know they cannot play most videos downloaded from the Internet without installing extra software. If you’ve ever wondered what [...]