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Chapter 10. Multimedia > Using QuickTime

Using QuickTime

This API information is all well and good, but surely you want to get down to viewing multimedia files. For this, you use three primary tools: the QuickTime Player, the QuickTime plug-in for Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator, and the Preview application. Each of these applications is a doorway to the power behind QuickTime: the API.

The QuickTime Player is the primary tool for the playing of QuickTime-compatible files, particularly audio and video files. The QuickTime player’s default behavior is to start automatically whenever you download such a file from the Internet.


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