Tech Note for Nerds

From The Frame Grab Tutorial: http://tvcrit3.tvcrit.com/content/view/58/102/.


Apple's Knowledge Base article 24374 provides this table explaining all the differences between QuickTime Pro and QuickTime Basic:

Feature
QuickTime Pro
QuickTime Basic
Play over 30 audio and video file formats in the best possible quality
Yes
Yes
View still images
Yes
Yes
View streaming media
Yes
Yes
Control treble, bass, and balance
Yes
Yes
Create, edit, save, and export movies, images, and audio
Yes
-
Apply special effects to files
Yes
-
Compress video and audio with the latest codecs
Yes
-
Create slide shows with music
Yes
-
Copy and paste popular Internet media formats
Yes
-
Convert pictures between multiple formats
Yes
-
Play back full-screen video
Yes
-
Resize and trim movies
Yes
-
Create and hint movies for streaming
Yes
-
Edit MIDI instruments and synthesizers
Yes
-
Enable/disable tracks
Yes
-
Save movies downloaded from the Web
Yes
-
Add copyright information to your movies
Yes
-

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