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    Nightblade
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    Quicktime update (to version 7!)
    We all know that Quicktime 7 is a new feature of Tiger. But I'm pretty sure Panther users can use it too, and since Tiger is out now, so is Quicktime 7! The download can be reached through Software Update, and it's 26.6 MB. The software DOES require a restart after it has been installed. But, let me just double-check. My computer is running on 10.3.9. Quicktime 7 will work on it, right? It doesn't need 10.4, does it?


    Also, in addition to the Quicktime update, the Apple software "Remote Desktop" has been upgraded to version 2.2. The download is 31.7 MB. I'm guessing very, very few people on this board even have the program, though....

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    kabwon
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    i just downloaded it and it runs like a dreammm.... **** nice

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    Nightblade
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    Quote Originally Posted by kabwon
    i just downloaded it and it runs like a dreammm.... **** nice
    And, you're not running Tiger, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightblade
    And, you're not running Tiger, right?
    True, just update your mac right now, and you can get it. :cool:

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    code777
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    i'll be downloading the upgrade tonight and then buying PRO. i hear it looks awesome when viewing some of the new movie trailers... can't wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightblade
    And, you're not running Tiger, right?
    Quicktime 7 is part of Tiger... so yes, the upgrade you can download is for Panther (10.3) and no, you don't need Tiger.

    Software Update will only show updates that are related to your OS version. If it's un upgrade for Tiger, you won't even see it.

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    Nightblade
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    Well, I got Quicktime 7, and let me tell ya--you can do very little in this version without getting Quicktim Pro! Let me list the commands in the menu bar that you can and can't do in Quicktime 7 without getting Quicktime Pro:


    CAN DO WITHOUT QUCKTIME PRO 7

    About QuickTime Player
    Preferences...
    QuickTime Preferences
    Registration...
    Update Existing Software
    Buy Quicktime Pro
    Services ------> Finder
    etc.
    Hide QuickTime Player
    Hide Others
    Show All
    Quit QuickTime Player
    Open File...
    Open URL...
    Open Recent ---->
    Close
    Page Setup...
    Print...
    Undo
    Redo
    Copy
    Special Characters...
    Half Size
    Actual Size
    Double Size
    Loop
    Choose Language
    Minimize
    Zoom
    Show Movie Info
    Show A/V Controls
    Show Content Guide
    Favorites -----> Add Movie as Favorite
    Show Favorites
    Bring All To Front
    Quicktime Player Help



    CAN'T DO WITHOUT QUCKTIME PRO 7

    New Player
    New Movie Recording
    New Audio Recording
    Open Image Sequence
    Save
    Save As...
    Revert to Saved
    Share...
    Export...
    Cut
    Paste
    Delete
    Select All
    Select None
    Trim to Selection
    Add to Movie
    Add to Selection & Scale
    Find...
    Find Next
    Find Previous
    Full Screen
    Present Movie...
    Loop Back and Forth
    Play Selection Only
    Play All Frames
    Play All Movies
    Go to Poster Frame
    Set Poster Frame
    Show Movie Properties

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    I have pro

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/hdgallery/

    Those videos on my iMac are B E A Utiful....158 mb for a movie trailer...i love it
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    Hmm.. Ill have to look into getting it one of these days.

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    Cool, Quicktime 7 is going to be skinable, but of course the default skin looks just as nice.

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/technologies/mediaskins/

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    quicktime 7, i was expecting nice smooth playback with new features, going from qt 6 pro to non pro qt 7 is terrible, on my ibook it is really slow, and the realtime resizing is terrrible for my poor ibook

    ibook 1.2 ghz 768 mb of ram

    i had to reinstall 6.5.2
    i am happy with the old version, couldnt see much change on qt 7 anywaz.. i hated the resizing, almost as fast as windows playing a dvd

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    Quote Originally Posted by jklfafa
    quicktime 7, i was expecting nice smooth playback with new features, going from qt 6 pro to non pro qt 7 is terrible, on my ibook it is really slow, and the realtime resizing is terrrible for my poor ibook

    ibook 1.2 ghz 768 mb of ram

    i had to reinstall 6.5.2
    i am happy with the old version, couldnt see much change on qt 7 anywaz.. i hated the resizing, almost as fast as windows playing a dvd
    Hey, I had the samething happen to me. Playback on my iBook with 640MB is just terrible with the H.264. It's like I'm watching a video slideshow, when watching the video in their new HD Gallery. I sure hope they fix this soon, because I would like show off my features to the Winderz people soon, when I do get Tiger. :spook:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jklfafa
    quicktime 7, i was expecting nice smooth playback with new features, going from qt 6 pro to non pro qt 7 is terrible, on my ibook it is really slow, and the realtime resizing is terrrible for my poor ibook

    ibook 1.2 ghz 768 mb of ram

    i had to reinstall 6.5.2
    i am happy with the old version, couldnt see much change on qt 7 anywaz.. i hated the resizing, almost as fast as windows playing a dvd
    How do you download Quicktime 6 i have a pro and i wana go back bc you cant even open a new bloody player in 7 serioulsy WTF apple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWhat
    Hey, I had the samething happen to me. Playback on my iBook with 640MB is just terrible with the H.264. It's like I'm watching a video slideshow, when watching the video in their new HD Gallery. I sure hope they fix this soon, because I would like show off my features to the Winderz people soon, when I do get Tiger. :spook:
    Quote Originally Posted by jklfafa
    quicktime 7, i was expecting nice smooth playback with new features, going from qt 6 pro to non pro qt 7 is terrible, on my ibook it is really slow, and the realtime resizing is terrrible for my poor ibook

    ibook 1.2 ghz 768 mb of ram

    i had to reinstall 6.5.2
    i am happy with the old version, couldnt see much change on qt 7 anywaz.. i hated the resizing, almost as fast as windows playing a dvd

    I suggest you take a look at the system requirements

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/hdgal...endations.html
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