QuickTime Player, from Apple, allows the playback of QuickTime movie files (.mov) and lots of other file formats including, audio, still images, graphics, and virtual reality (VR) movies.
The new QuickTime Player not only delivers crisp quality, but the app is easy to use with a simple interface. No set up is required for QuickTime Player for network streaming content. Instead, QuickTime Player automatically determines what the connection speed of your system is and then chooses the highest possible quality stream for the amount of bandwidth that you have available.
QuickTime Player is automatically configured to resume playback, if for some reason you ever lose a connection whilst watching streaming video.
Key Features Include:
- Playback of 3GPP and 3GPP2 files
- Playback of MPEG-4 video, H.264, AAC audio & Instant-On media
- Easy-to-use controls.
- Enhanced interface.
- Bass and treble controls.
- Balance control.
- Streaming media support.
- Ability to save movie favorites.
- Ability to view VR & interactive content.
- H.264 video.
- Multi-channel audio playback.
- Live re-size.
- New playback capabilities.
- Zero config streaming.
Please note: QuickTime Player does not yet support a dedicated installer for Windows 10 (However, if you upgrade from a previous version of Windows with QuickTime Player 7.7. already installed, then it will continue to work).
What's New in QuickTime 7.7.9
QuickTime 7.7.9 improves security and is recommended for all QuickTime 7 users on Windows. For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222.
The QuickTime web browser plug-in is no longer installed by default and is removed if you have a previous version of QuickTime on your PC. If you still need this legacy plug-in, you can add it back using the custom setup option in the installer.