QuickTime 7.1.5

QuickTime is software that allows Mac and Windows users to play back audio and video on their computers. QuickTime 7 Player takes advantage of the latest video compression technology. It's called H.264, and it's an important new industry standard that's quickly garnered widespread support. QuickTime 7 Player also supports a wide-range of industry-standard audio formats, including AIFF, WAV, MOV, MP4 (AAC only) and AAC/ADTS. But taking a deeper look, QuickTime is many things: a file format, an environment for media authoring and a suite of applications:

* QuickTime Player — for playing back audio and video files
* Browser plug-ins — for viewing media within a web page
* PictureViewer — for working with still images (Windows only; Preview is available on Mac OS X)
* MPEG-2 Playback Component — for playing back MPEG-2 content (requires separate purchase)

**About QuickTime 7.1.5 for Windows**
QuickTime 7.1.5 delivers numerous bug fixes and addresses critical security issues. This update is recommended for all QuickTime 7 users.

**Important Notice to QuickTime Pro Users**
QuickTime 7 will disable the QuickTime Pro functionality in prior versions of QuickTime, such as QuickTime 5 or QuickTime 6. If you proceed with this installation, you must purchase a new QuickTime 7 Pro key to regain QuickTime Pro functionality. After installation, visit www.apple.com/quicktime to purchase a QuickTime 7 Pro key.

Download: QuickTime 7.1.5
Link: QuickTime Home Page

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Calling All users of Vista x64 and new iTunes 7.1/Quicktime 7.1.5 release:

Please try this test to see if Quicktime truly works in X64 Vista.

Simply download a video (usually $1.99) from the itunes store. Play it in iTunes/Quicktime.

Does it crash the application? Or does it play the entire video completely without stuttering?

If you can play the video successfully, it seems that iTunes/Quicktime will now work properly in Vista x64.

iTunes 7.02/Quicktime 7.1.3 did not play video from the iTunes store without crashing the iTunes app or the Quicktime app.

Please report your results to this forum post - thanks!!!

Quicktime... hmmm... Let's forget about it and move on with DivX/web player. Much better, much much better, isnt'it?

I hate when major software has no comprehensive changelog for updates. Thanks for the heads up though.