Apple today announced the availability of QuickTime 6.3, which the company says is the "industry's first mainstream solution to support the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) standard and to deliver a foundation for the creation, delivery and playback of rich multimedia content over wireless networks."
QuickTime 6 has surpassed 100 million downloads in less than 10 months and with version 6.3 enables users will now be able to share high-quality video, audio and text on a new generation of wireless devices including cell phones and PDAs.
QuickTime 6.3 offers support for the 3GPP standard, including Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) and Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) audio, MPEG-4 and H.263 video, 3G Text (TX3G) and native .3gp file format support.
Additional QuickTime 6.3 features include automatic streaming transport detection for a more reliable streaming experience, improvements to DV audio and video synchronization and enhanced support for Apple's Keynote, iMovie and iDVD applications.
News source: MacMinute