Quicktime 7.1.3 is now available via software update

840quadra

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Just downloaded it and doing the install. I believe this will enable my pro licensed version to encode video in 640x480 modes for the ipod at this point?

I will test and find out :)
 

spicyapple

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I always welcome QuickTime updates as I depend on them for my work.

In Software Update:

QuickTime 7.1.3 is an important release that delivers numerous bug fixes and addresses critical security issues. This update is recommended for all QuickTime 7 users and is required for playback of content purchased in the iTunes Store.

Important Notice to QuickTime Pro Users
Installation of QuickTime 7 will disable the QuickTime Pro functionality in prior versions of QuickTime, such as QuickTime 5 or QuickTime 6. If you proceed with this installation, you must purchase a new QuickTime 7 Pro key to regain QuickTime Pro functionality. After installation, visit www.apple.com/quicktime to purchase a QuickTime 7 Pro key.


There is also a Compressor 2.3 update. WooHoo!
 

i4k20c

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so every-time a new upgrade comes out, you have to purchase new serial keys if you want "pro":confused:
 

spicyapple

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If you have QT7 you should be ok with the upgrade. It's only if you're upgrading from previous versions, like 6 and 5.
 

Queso

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i4k20c said:
so every-time a new upgrade comes out, you have to purchase new serial keys if you want "pro":confused:
Only if you're upgrading from QuickTime Pro 6 or below. I can believe some people still have that because they don't want to pay for the Pro features again.

If you've already got some version of QuickTime Pro 7.x, your serial number will still be valid.
 

mgibson80

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Is anyone having problems with Flash codecs playing in 7.1.3 ?

I use a short Flash encoded clip for the intros and exits for each of my videos that I distribute through my website. Now these clips won't play...

Thanks,
Matt
 

Yuvi

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Dunno for how many versions it's been like this, but the licensing for the Flash 8 specs specifically prohibits creating software that can playback SWF files.

For the curious, QuickTime apparently only supports up to Flash 5.
 

xsedrinam

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Earlier today, it wasn't showing in Software Update, just MacUpdate and VersionTracker, but with no Release Notes. I'll give it a go, tonight.
 

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