X RealNetworks ships final version of RealOne Player for Mac OS X

Discussion in 'New Mac Application Announcements' started by medea, Dec 16, 2002.

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    medea

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    RealNetworks today shipped the final version of RealOne Player for Mac OS X. The software features TurboPlay, which gives broadband users "near-instant playback of RealVideo and RealAudio by dramatically reducing the time it takes to load or 'buffer' a clip prior to playback." The latest version of RealOne Player also gives Mac users direct radio tuner access to the over 1700 radio stations, and offers support for RealOne SuperPass and RealOne RadioPass subscription services. http://www.real.com/realone/mac/index.html

    if only it wasnt such a pain getting a free player.....
     
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    I'm in no way admitting that I'm lazy, but thank you;)
     
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    Thank You very much. I went through great pains to find the free player on the real site. And I had a REAL hard time. I gave up looking when I could not find the download. Now I don't have to boot into os9 for real compatibility.
     
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    For the benefit of the visually impaired:

    The link is in the top right of the page (www.real.com).
     
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    If Real wasn't actually a front for the lollipop guild - and they got a new marketing department - I wouldn't think they were bllow me...

    :cool:
     
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    real one

    Too bad that anytime I open a "Real" file/stream or whatever, Quicktime launches also. Happened after one of the betas expired. And I re-installed Real One.
     
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    i have some beta of real player X and I use it to watch series that I have in rm format..
    blaah why to download final version when this is all I need
     
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    because the betas all will expire.....
     
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    so what, mine didn't expire yet and it doesnt look like its going to expire to me :D
     

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