“QuickTime 6.6, which could likely turn into QuickTime 7.0 just prior to its release, has been under development alongside Tiger. With most of the technical enhancement in place, Apple has begun to integrate,” Kasper Jade reports for AppleInsider.
“The latest builds of QuickTime Player sport a pair of handy options that will allow users to quickly share media files by publishing them to a .Mac account or through e-mail attachments. The sharing dialog for both options lets users select a file size–small, medium, or large–and then provides an export summary, including approximate file size, audio quality and expected frame-rates,” Jade reports. “Sources also say the new version of QuickTime Player will leave all premium (QuickTime Pro) menu options visible to the non-paying user through the player’s menus. Users who have not upgraded to QuickTime Pro will be able to see the Pro options, albeit grayed out and disabled.”
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