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Discussion in 'New Mac Application Announcements' started by blackpeter, Oct 22, 2002.
Software update... you know the drill*
The Quicktime update came out a week or two ago. I just downloaded it, and it's still 6.0.2.
any ideas what this is for? a new iTunes/iMovie or something? What exactly does this bring?
Reliability update, basically. I think it must correct crashes, perhaps have a revamped code for certain formats, etc. Just tweaks. I can't see any real functionality differences.
19MB of tweaks!?!?!?
my converted divx movies better play better in fullscreen.
For those of you using FCP3 and or DSP on OS X 10.2, don't upgrade to this version.
As always, stick with the version that came with 10.2.
Any reason why?
'Cuz Apple says so.
Oh, great. Too late now
You may not notice anything wrong. Apple is just trying to do a CYA in case some pro users encounter bugs they haven't had a chance to test out yet.
I've tried upgrading through software updates and downloading the actual package from Apple, but I'm getting an error everytime I try to upgrade. Anyone else having the same issue?
Works fine so far in FCP3
So far everything is working correctly in FCP3 with QT 6.0.2
Man, I still can't believe we gotta pay for the pro version... still!
tfaz1 u from oaktown, me too. where in oaktown?
Where do you think the funds come from to keep QT the number one media player/editor/encoder in its class without advertising?
It is like everyone who bitched about having to pay for iTools/.Mac... ESP. when the market is in a slum, where do you think the money is coming from?
No, you misread what it says: it says FCP and DSP *are* qualified for this update.
No, it just changed in the last few days. It used to say that FCP and DSP users should use the version that came with 10.2.1.