QuickTime 7.6

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  1. antz

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    About QuickTime 7.6

    QuickTime 7.6 includes changes that increase reliability, improve compatibility and enhance security.

    Software Update or download manually here.

    From appleinsider
    Video improvements include better single-pass H.264 encoding quality and better playback of Motion JPEG content.

    For audio, Apple reports that encoding fidelity has been improved for MPEG 4 AAC (Advanced Audio Codec, the successor to MP3) playback, the default option for ripping in iTunes. Release notes also state that audio tracks from MPEG video files now export consistently.

    The new update also includes compatibility improvements for iChat and Photo Booth.

    A series of security fixes are also part of the update, which benefits both Mac OS X and Windows users. Many of the security patches address issues with handling maliciously crafted media files, based on security vulnerabilities discovered by third party researchers.
     
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    thanks for the update antz88c.. currently downloading the update.. ciao! :)


    EDIT : i do apologized sir raf.. but i'm not into post padding.. just appreciating antz post about the update..
     
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  3. rafaelc378

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    Just thought I'd post a reminder against post padding. The following is Soloworx post from the Anti-Post Padding Thread:

    @stevezone: Your one post was okay. I just didn't want it to get out of hand and have several pages of posts saying "thanks" or "downloading now" that've happened in the past.
     
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