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Cool QuickTime Tools
Page listing tools we covered in our MacWorld SF '02 talk.
Apple's QuickTime Site (www.apple.com/quicktime/)
This is the official (or Big) QuickTime page. It's the place to get current versions of QuickTime and find related resources.
Apple's Embedding QuickTime for Web Delivery page (http://www.apple.com/quicktime/authoring/embed.html)
If you want to learn about the html you can use to embed QuickTime movies on Web pages, this is the place.
Apple's QuickTime Tools and Utilities page (http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/quicktimeintro/tools/)
This is the place to get various free tools that let you take advantage of QuickTime features.
MoviePlayer 3 Pro Documentation (useful because much has remained the same in QuickTime Player Pro)
Clicking this link will download or display (~4MB) a PDF version of the Macintosh documentation.Hold down the Option key and click to download the file.
Clicking this link will download or display (~4MB) a PDF version of the Windows documentation. Right mouse click and choose Save as to download file.
XMLtoRefMovie Tool (http://www.hoddie.net/xmltorefmovie/)
Tool for creating reference movies, created by Peter Hoodie
Friends of Time (http://www.friendsoftime.org)
Site where you'll find lots of QuickTime history.
MPEG-4 Industry Forum (http://www.m4if.org/)
M4IF is a group of MPEG-4 developers deadacted to further the developement and adoption of MPEG-4. There are link to more info on MPEG-4
Internet Streaming Media Alliance (http://www.isma.tv/)
Apple's QuickTime VR site (www.apple.com/quicktime/qtvr/)
See Sample QTVR movies and find out how to purchase the QTVR Authoring Studio.
The International QuickTime VR Association (www.iqtvra.org)
If you're interested in professional QTVR work, check out this page.
Karaoke files (http://computer-karaoke.com/)
Get .KAR files here that can be imported as a QuickTime movie using MoviePlayer. These files are .ZIP files; you'll need something that can decompress them, like Unzip or StuffIt Expander and DropStuff with Expander Enhancer.
OpCode Systems's OMS (http://www.opcode.com/products/oms/)
This is the place to get OMS (Open Music System), so you can control your external MIDI devices.
Mark of the Unicorn's Free MIDI (http://www.motu.com/english/software/freemidi/fmdist.html)
You can get Free MIDI here which, like OMS, is MIDI control software, for controlling external MIDI devices.
Desktop Video site (http://desktopvideo.about.com)
You'll find weekly features covering various aspects of digital video here.
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