QuickTime Player is a powerful multimedia technology with a built-in media player, lets you view Internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media in a wide range of file formats. And it lets you enjoy them in remarkably high quality. You can download QuickTime Player for PC offline installer from our site by clicking on the free download button.
What is QuickTime Player?
It’s a multimedia platform.
Video from your digital camera or mobile phone. A movie on your Mac or PC. A media clip on a website. No matter what you’re watching or where you’re watching it, QuickTime technology makes it all possible.
It’s a sophisticated media player.
With its simple design and easy-to-use controls, QuickTime Player makes everything you watch even more enjoyable. Its clean, uncluttered interface never gets in the way of what you’re watching. Want to speed through a movie or slow things down? A handy slider lets you set playback from 1/2x to 3x the normal speed. And you can search through individual movie frames quickly.
It’s advanced video technology.
QuickTime features advanced video compression technology called H.264 to deliver brilliant, crisp HD video using less bandwidth and storage. So you’ll experience pristine video quality wherever you watch your movies or videos.
It’s a flexible file format.
QuickTime lets you do more with your digital media. With QuickTime 7 Pro, you can convert your files to different formats and record and edit your work. Third-party plug-ins extend QuickTime technology in many different directions. And QuickTime streaming solutions let you stream your media across the Internet.
Features of QuickTime Player:
- Create a H.264 video.
- Convert video for iPod.
- Record audio for podcasting or narration.
- Background Exporting.
- On-screen playback control in full-screen mode.
- Create surround sound audio.
- Save movies from the web.
- Full-screen playback.
- Create content for mobile phones.
- Create MPEG-4 files.
- Cut/copy/paste editing.
- Create slideshows.
- Convert media to dozens of formats.
- Create media skins.
- Watch streaming web videos in player or browser.
- View over 200 media file types.
- Automatic connection speed detection.
- Adjust video and audio settings.
- Play H.264 video.
- Surround Sound Audio Playback.
- Access to QuickTime content guide.
- Adjust the movie playback speed.
Benefits of QuickTime Player:
Record QuickTime screen
QuickTime Player lets you easily record what’s occurring on your screen or record just a region of your screen.
Broadcast live video
You can use QuickTime Player Broadcaster to stream live video to a QuickTime server. Producing high-quality live events for Internet delivery can be much easier and faster.
Edit QuickTime movie
Take QuickTime Player as a video editor, it can help you personalize your videos by trimming, rotating, splitting or combine clips, etc. You can edit QuickTime video without launching the sophisticated iMovie. QuickTime trimming function lets you remove the unwanted content of a movie or a movie clip. Also, QuickTime lets you rotate or flip your upside-down the video to the viewing position.
Convert WMV, AVI, MKV to QuickTime for playback
The QuickTime default format is MOV. To play WMV, AVI or MKV, you first need to install the 2 QuickTime components, to add more codec support for this media player. It allows the playback of Windows Media Player formats, while Perian supports more formats.
View Video in Full Screen
QuickTime Pro provides a full-screen option. You can have better movie playback experience by setting a big-screen view, making only the movie visible instead of the QuickTime Player window, desktop, or other windows.
You can make your transferring and uploading the file much smoother by compressing QuickTime video internally without third-party software. With the QuickTime video compressing, you can get your video optimized for streaming to iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch or for web delivery.
Combine QuickTime Movie Clips
You can use QuickTime to combine video clips into one. QuickTime is far simpler than iMovie.
Step 1: Just drag and drop the 1st movie into the QuickTime’s interface and point a position that other movie clips will put in the timeline cursor.
Step 2: Drag and drop the 2nd movie to the position. Then just repeat those procedures to add more movie clips.
Step 3: Click the “Close” button to pop up the file saving window. And choose the “Save As A Self-Contained Movie” option. In this way, you finish combining movie clips.
System requirements of QuickTime Player:
- A PC with at least a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor
- At least 512MB of RAM