Apple has posted a video of Frank Casanova, director of QuickTime product marketing, discussing “QuickTime at WWDC.” Apple is promising a “super-sized” QuickTime track at the upcoming
2003 Worldwide Developers Conference.
One reason for the larger QT presence is that QuickTime Live, normally held as a separate show in Beverly Hills, California, has been incorporated into WWDC. The QuickTime track will include content creation and delivery sessions. Apple says that application developers “will discover how to exploit the power of QuickTime and MPEG-4 for their application’s rich media needs,” and that content creators “will learn to leverage the quality, scalability and interoperability of QuickTime to create and deliver the most compelling media experiences for their users.”
Originally scheduled for May 19-23, 2003 in San Jose, California the conference has been moved to the Moscone Center in San Francisco from June 23-27, in order to provide developers with a more complete preview release of “Panther,” the next major update of Mac OS X. Early Bird registration for the event ends May 23. Conference tracks for WWDC 2003 include Enterprise IT; Apple Developer Tools; Application Frameworks; Core OS; Hardware; and Graphics and Imaging.