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RealEvil

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Yeah or improve my mac's ability to play recording I make with a Sanyo HD1010... :-( I can record 1080p60 h264 but I cannot play it!
 
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catskinsox

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Nov 7, 2006
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There's a huge update inside this.

Like I said before.

Surround Sound..;)

That's what I was wondering about. We can do Dolby Digital now? I know you could before with Perian, but the last Quicktime update broke it. Do the new HD TV shows have surround sound?
 
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catskinsox

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Nov 7, 2006
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I believe it's a new codec by Apple. AAC 5.1

AAC 5.1 has been around for a while. If Front Row/Quicktime has the ability to transcode to DD5.1 on the fly, that would be great. We'll see...
 
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Cave Man

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What's particularly pathetic about Quicktime is that there are freeware apps that smoke it in both video codecs and audio passthrough. For example, Plex not only decodes decrypted Blu-Ray (yes, even on a Mini), but it can also passthrough DD, True-HD, DTS and DTS-HD through the optical port. Quicktime has trouble doing any of this. Let's hope that Apple has fixed this embarrassing omission in QT, and its home theater surrogate, Front Row.
 
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Amdahl

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Jul 28, 2004
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10.3 finally abandoned...

Guess the money ran out, since iTunes & QuickTime are no longer supported on 10.3.

How long until 10.4 is toast?
 
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Solfeggio4

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Jul 11, 2008
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Does anyone know if this FINALLY fixes the HD choppy playback that those of us with PowerPCs have been dealing with since 7.0 came out?
 
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Cadium

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Jun 1, 2008
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Installed on my MacBook Pro without any issues, high-definition videos play smooth as butter again! :)
 
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MartiNZ

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Apr 10, 2008
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Well after testing the same things I've tested after every revision of QuickTime 7, and given feedback on at least a few times ... minimised movies still don't get an icon badge in the dock, and the export dialog still doesn't remember position preference. Nevermind.
 
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geeman

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Nov 27, 2001
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Can anyone with After Effects confirm that this update doesn't cripple AE - as was the case when QT 7.4 was released?
 
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