by Larry Jordan With the release of macOS Mojave (10.14), Apple is continuing its conversion to 64-bit applications that it first began many years ago. In the next major version of macOS afterMojave, this conversion will affect media which relies on older 32-bit codecs. We are all used to applications which may not be compatible with […]Read more "Don’t Lose Access to Older Media in macOS"
by Rampant Designs Did You Know… Rampant Designs gives you 40+ 4K Effects Kits and tutorials for FREE? A clip from each of their vast collections, all in 4K resolution! Click here to get ’em. All clips are provided in Apple ProRes Codec. It appears that Apple has removed all codec and quicktime player downloads. However, […]Read more "Download 40+ 4K Effects Kits for FREE!"
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"
September 10, 2014 by… In the below video, cinematographer David Kong presents an in-depth, but digestible, look at codecs. As Kong writes on Philip Bloom’s blog, “Codecs can sound impossibly complex when all you get is a bunch of numbers and acronyms, but the main concepts at work really aren’t that complicated. I explain the […]Read more "An In-Depth Look at Codecs"
May 8, 2014 by fcp.co and DigitalRebellion Digital Rebellion just released CinePlay, a professional movie player replacement for QuickTime Player 7. Why did Apple drop all the useful features when they updated QuickTime Player from 7 to X on the Mac? If we can remember, there was a point in time when there were two […]Read more "CinePlay, the professional Mac video player"
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"
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"
September 25, 2010 The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) is your source for tips, reviews, news, analysis and opinion on everything Apple. Founded in 2004, TUAW is part of the AOL Tech network, which includes Switched, Engadget and Download Squad. For example… TUAW Tip of the Day by TUAW Blogger Missing the power, flexibility and export […]Read more "Mac 101 by TUAW"
February 27, 2010 by Dan Frakes, Macworld.com VLC Media Player has long held the crown of “best free, handle-anything media player” for Mac OS X. But these days, there are a number of quality alternatives, including MPlayer OS X Extended (which we’ll be looking at soon) and today’s Gem, Movist. Movist has been around since […]Read more "Movist plays your movies when QuickTime can’t"