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    Question AVFoundation framework compatibility
    Hi,



    I am developing a sample application for mac and wasn't sure of a compatibility check in avfoundation framework.



    As we know that apple has introduced avfoundation framework for mac os x programming (lion onwards). In most likelyhood it is more exhaustive and powerful then QTkit which has so far been apples "defacto" for audio and video support in mac os x programming.



    The query is that if I were to make an mac application in lion os using avfoundation framework will its support be extended backwards i.e. will the avfoundation functionality work if I port the application to snow leopard ??



    Would be very helpful if someone could throw some light on the same..




    Thanks..

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    To my knowledge, Apple has never ported an API introduced in a new version of OS X to a previous version.

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    does this mean that I should stick to qtkit if I have to build my application for snow leopard ?

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