MediaLooks QuickTime DirectShow Source Filter allows you to playback Apple QuickTime media (.MOV, .AMR, .MP4, etc.) via the native QuickTime runtime.
The filter requires QuickTime Player (7.0 or higher) to be available on the computer. You can download it free of charge from Apple's web site.

Since the native QuickTime runtime code is used for playback, there is no degradation of quality compared to the original QuickTime player.

This QuickTime Filter may be used to:

- Add QuickTime media support to your DirectShow media player.
- Convert .MOV files to other formats.
- Extract thumbnails from QuickTime movies.

Features of MediaLooks QuickTime DirectShow Source Filter 1.7:

- Playback all file and data formats supported by the current version of QuickTime Player (file containers: .MOV, .AMR, .M4V, .MP3, .3GP, etc.; video compression formats: H.261, H.263, H.264, MPEG-4, DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD, etc.; audio compression formats: AAC, AMR, etc.)
- Allows export of QuickTime movies into various file formats including 3GPP, 3GPP2, MPEG-4, etc. (requires QuickTime Pro).
- Supports streaming (progressive download) over HTTP and HTTPS.
- Real-time playback of HD H.264 movies.
- Multichannel audio support.
- Supports alpha-channel output.
- Supports compressed raw output for different mediatypes (e.g. DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO50, MPEG-4, AVC/H.264, MPEG-2/MPEG-2 IMX 30/40/50).
- Allows to read time codes.
- Supports edited movies.
- Frame-accurate seeking.

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