Apple has released an update to QuickTime. The new version, QuickTime 5.0.2, is ready for download by using the QuickTime Updater application that’s installed as part of the standard QuickTime configuration.
QuickTime is Apple’s digital streaming architecture for video, sound, animation, graphics, text, music and virtual reality.
Specific changes in QuickTime 5.0.2 have not been offered by Apple. QuickTime 5 itself sports new features like support for the Sorenson Video 3 codec, Cubic VR, Media Skins, MPEG-1 capabilities, an enhanced DV codec, enhanced AppleScript support and more.
QuickTime 5.0.2 can be downloaded for free from Apple’s Web site, though registering the software in its “Pro” version costs US$29.95. Users who bought a QuickTime 4 key prior to October 12, 2000 must pay and register again.
System requirements for QuickTime call for a PowerPC-based Mac with 32MB RAM and Mac OS 7.5.5 or higher.
Users can visit the link below to download an installer application. Alternately, users with QuickTime 5 already installed can simply run the QuickTime Updater application inside their QuickTime folder. Users who have trouble with online installations can also run a separate
Download QuickTime 5.0.2