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John01021988

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Cool! It seems that 10.5.2 will be changing major things after all. Almost all apple's software have been updated throughout this and last week.
 

Shadow

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Feb 17, 2006
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Just gonna wait for 10.5.2 and install it as a bunch instead of restarting a few times :)
 

one1

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Jun 17, 2007
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I had to do the same for Macromedia fireworks and the other packages with fireworks (contribute, etc). Also Final Cut and Logic Pro. Basically it is updating nearly every product it seems.
 

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Apr 12, 2001
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Apple Updates Quicktime to 7.4.1



Apple has posted an update to Quicktime bringing it to version 7.4.1 today. Updates are available for Leopard, Tiger, Panther, and Windows.

Apple reports the new Quicktime addresses security issues and improves compatibility with third-party applications. Specifically, the update addresses a possible vulnerability that could result in arbitrary code execution. This release is recommended for all QuickTime 7 users, and requires a restart.

Apple has released a number of small software updates over this past week.



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drlunanerd

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Feb 14, 2004
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The update improves compatibility with 3rd party products, Apple says

They'd better be referring to Adobe After Effects.
7.4 borked some of our Macs at work.
There were a lot of angry video editors when it was released :(
 

MisterSalty

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Jun 4, 2004
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Every time I see a news item that says "Apple Updates..." and it's not followed by "MacBook Pro", I feel like I've been kicked in the berries. :(
 

kugino

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Jul 10, 2003
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I love QuickTime. Huge fan of it. HUUUUUUUGE FAN!
really?? i didn't know anyone was a fan of QT, let alone a huge fan. it's a strange program, really. all the really good functionalities only come with adding perian and flip4mac...and its exporting is so slow that it's practically useless in that function. and it's the source of a lot of security problems...what's so great about QT again?
 

joseph2166

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Jan 11, 2006
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really?? i didn't know anyone was a fan of QT, let alone a huge fan. it's a strange program, really. all the really good functionalities only come with adding perian and flip4mac...and its exporting is so slow that it's practically useless in that function. and it's the source of a lot of security problems...what's so great about QT again?

Its got a nice icon - much under appreciated
 

rikers_mailbox

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Sep 27, 2003
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LA-la-land
really?? i didn't know anyone was a fan of QT, let alone a huge fan. it's a strange program, really. all the really good functionalities only come with adding perian and flip4mac...and its exporting is so slow that it's practically useless in that function. and it's the source of a lot of security problems...what's so great about QT again?

Maybe QT's greatness is that it allows for such things as perian and flip4mac. This is, it provides plugin, extensible support for media playback integrated within the OS X environment.

more than can be said about Windows Media Player or whatever they're calling it these days.
 
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