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MPEG

Moving Pictures Experts Group Informatics The standard compression ratio for data transmission and pixels for video files. See Pixel.
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Intergraph's Extreme TDZ workstations and PCs include leading software such as Apple's QuickTime 3 Pro, Adobe Type Manager(R), Miramar's PC MacLAN for Windows NT, Color Solutions Viewer, and Media4 Productions' MacDrive `98.
NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, Mac, Mac OS, Power Mac, QuickTime and QuickTime TV are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple.
The public previews of QuickTime 5 for the Macintosh(R) and QuickTime Streaming Server 3 are available immediately for download from www.
The incredible adoption of QuickTime is also reflected in the growth of QuickTime Live
com, has worked with both QuickTime VR and iPIX technologies since their inceptions.
Not only can Mac users output Windows Media 9 for their clients, right out of their editing and motion graphics applications, but they can also bring WMV files into these applications and work with them seamlessly, as with native QuickTime files.
deployment technologies, QuickTime VR and QuickTime Streaming;
The QuickTime Streaming Server is the only open-source, standards-based Internet streaming solution that does not charge a per-stream tax.
The IQTVRA is an international association of professionals who create and produce interactive, immersive images using QuickTime VR technology.
With more than 17 million downloads in six short months, we've seen phenomenal industry and consumer adoption of QuickTime 4," said Phil Schiller, Apples vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
In addition to RealAudio and Windows Media formats, the stream is now offered in QuickTime.
is the first to take advantage of the QuickTime Streaming Server software's new playlist feature, which lets intercasters automate streaming audio and video content just like traditional broadcasters.