Apple releases QuickTime 7.1.1

Apple today released QuickTime 7.1.1 which addresses an issue with 3rd party start-up items on Intel Macs. This release also fixes an issue exporting Keynote presentations to iDVD. Also delivers numerous bug fixes, support for iLife06, and H.264 performance improvements. This update is highly recommended for all QuickTime 7 users.

The Update is available via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download link (49.4MB) here.

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  1. Seems to go ok, no problems to report. This is a test of the SnapZ Pro X screen record function. Pray thee the problems are fixed and I can record my porn again.

    All the local women with bruise marks on their bottoms thank you for your support.

  2. If you have QuickTime Pro, yet another update that requires you get a new $30 key. This is screw’d up, Apple. I haven’t upgraded my QuickTime in a while because I refuse to pay for another key each and every time QuickTime is upgraded. I am a big fan and a user since the early days of Apple (when Microsoft was a small company on Sand Hill next door to the old Apple building), and Steve needs to wave his magic wand and make the QuickTime Pro keys permanent.

    What nobody talks about is that Apple’s QuickTime Pro has become subscription-based software. Anyone else tired of this problem?

  3. rasterbator:

    I think Apple only requires a new key for major revisions, like to QuickTime 7 from QuickTime 6.x.

    “QuickTime 7 was released on April 29, 2005 with Mac OS X v10.4 featuring complete MPEG-4 compliance, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC codec, live resizing, multi-channel audio, full-screen overlay, and full support for interactive animations created with Apple’s new tool Quartz Composer. Version 7 was also released for 10.3.9.” – wikipedia

    …while QuickTime 7 required a new pro license, it obviously came with some significant new features. It costs money to implement and support those new features.

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