Watch Internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media clips. Whether it’s on the web or on your desktop, QuickTime Player brings your digital media brilliantly to ...
- Free • Proprietary
- Media Player
- Screen Recorder
What is QuickTime Player?
Use QuickTime to watch videos or personal media clips.
QuickTime lets you record part of the screen, it’s perfect for creating a video tutorial of an application. With QuickTime you can trim the length of video clips or combine multiple clips into a single movie. Simply drag the clips you want into a movie window — QuickTime automatically scales or crops them so they match the dimensions of the movie.
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- Media Player
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CategoriesVideo & Movies • Audio & Music
Lists containing QuickTime Playerwindows software • Free OpenSource SCREENCASTING
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It's a media player, the UI is nice. It doesn't support many formats.
Very low video format support and a horrible user interface. One of the worst popular players around ... I get it is popular because it is better on Apple devices.
Title says all. Quicktime on Windows looks like crap. Quicktime on Mac is a-ok. :D
Streaming internet video with Quicktime totally sucks. I tried watching the iPad 2 keynote on Apple's website via Quicktime today, and the player froze on me at least a dozen times. What, Apple can't just use Flash/HTML5 like normal people?
Quicktime is also a great lightweight video editor if you just want to perform simple tasks like trimming or joining video files. Pro tip: complete your video file in Quicktime and then move it to Adobe Media Encoder for a quick workflow of creating video for Flash.