by DigitalMediaPros All those looking for an easier way to work with ProRes on Windows might just have had some of their wishes granted with a forthcoming update to Creative Cloud. Adobe has been concerned with the recent security issues related to Apple’s QuickTime 7 on Windows. Due to this concern, Adobe is going to […]Read more "Adobe Adds Support For Native ProRes Reading In Windows"
August 14, 2013 by Christopher Breen, MacWorld As a newish Mac user, you may wonder what allows your computer to display pictures and play music and movies. Wonder no longer. This bit of media magic is performed by something called QuickTime. Originally developed in 1991 as a multimedia technology that accompanied the System 6 operating […]Read more "Using Quicktime X"
August 19, 2012 by Digital Heaven Everyone working with video needs to view movies and when the built-in OS X player isn’t enough, what do you turn to? We’re pleased to announce the release of Pro Player, a brand new QuickTime player designed for professional content creators and motion graphics designers. With its beautifully designed […]Read more "Introducing (A Cool!) Pro Player by Digital Heaven"
March 3, 2012 by Kirk McElhearn, Macworld.com Do you have video files that you’d like to have in audio form—say a music video you bought from the iTunes Store that you want to listen to on your iPod? Reader sabberworm has pointed out a nice hidden feature in iTunes that lets you do just that. […]Read more "Use iTunes to rip audio from videos"
February 24, 2012 by JS8 Media MovieChapterizer opens up a world of cool chapter usage in QuickTime Player. Use MovieChapterizer to create chapter names for favorite sections of your movies. MovieChapterizer 4 provides an easy way to add chapter names into movies you can view with QuickTime Player. Use MovieChapterizer to add chapter names to […]Read more "MovieChapterizer 4 – Add Chapters to QuickTime Player"