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What is QuickTime

Overview of QuickTime

In order to help users to watch videos/listen to audio online or on their computers smoothly, Apple Computer Inc has specially developed this multimedia framework "QuickTime" which is able to handle lots of videos, audio, animations, graphics, texts and interactivity, etc. Using the cross-platform technology, QuickTime was first available on Windows computers, and after couples of years, it was able to run well on Mac OS X Leopard and later operating systems. Currently, more and more applications like Final Cut Pro are taking the advantage of QuickTime to view, create, import, and export media.

QuickTime Pros

QuickTime is capable of supporting many popular video and audio formats which include: QuickTime Movie (.mov), MPEG-4 (.mp4, .m4v), MPEG-2 (OS X Lion or later), MPEG-1, 3GPP, 3GPP2, AVCHD (OS X Mountain Lion or later), AVI (Motion JPEG only), DV, MP3, WAV, iTunes Audio (.m4a, .m4b, .m4p), etc. Featuring with a built-in QuickTime media player, it allows users to enjoy Internet video, HD movies and personal media in a wide range of file formats. Besides, the video playback quality is remarkably high.

QuickTime Problems

By saying QuickTime problems, we actually refer to the problems encountered when using the QuickTime media player. Simply looking around the internet, we can find many problems like these: 1.I can get audio but no video in QuickTime. Please help. 2.I believe my new computer should be more than capable of playing back recorded video in QuickTime, but while the audio plays seamlessly, the video stops and stutters, sometimes catching up with the audio, sometimes not. What am I doing wrong? 3.Some of my video files need "converting" before they play on QuickTime. Thus I'm using VLC for now. No stuttering problems with iTunes sound or audio. When will QuickTime be fixed?--the list just goes on and on. There's no way to tell whether the bugs will be fixed or those glitches will be solved by Apple. However, one thing is for sure: use the best QuickTime alternative called Firecoresoft Video Converter for Mac, gone are all annoying problems.

The Best QuickTime Alternative

As the best QuickTime alternative, Firecoresoft video converter does a great job in both video playback and video conversion. To put it more detailed, you can play almost all videos/audio (AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, FLV, RM, MOV, Xvid, 3GP, etc) on the program, in the meanwhile, it can help to convert the source videos to any video formats you desire, in the meanwhile, it allows you to transfer the source video file to many major applications/systems/media devices such as iMovie, Final Cut Pro, iTunes, smart phones, Apple TV, game consoles and more. One more thing, this best QuickTime alternative specially provides some great editing features which enable you to trim video length, crop video size, adjust video effect, customize video parameters(brightness/saturation/contrast), making the source video file as ideal as possible.

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