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QuickTime Tracks

Tracks are the basic unit of the QuickTime TimeLine window. When you add audio, video, or other supported formats into the QuickTime Editor, each occupies a track. There are different track types for different kinds of information. Besides video tracks, the other track types are:

  • Picture tracks can make a slide show of your still images.

  • Sound and Music tracks can contain AIFF/AIFC, standard MIDI, System 7 sound, WAV, MP3, or Sound Designer files.

  • Sprite tracks select from a pool of still images, assigning them actions and behaviors.

  • SWF tracks contain images made in Macromedia Flash and Adobe LiveMotion.

  • Streaming tracks can be used to set up on-demand movies through either RTSP or HTTP protocols.

  • 3-D tracks contain QuickTime 3-D files.

  • HREF tracks embed hyperlink information into a movie.

  • Folder tracks are used to organize groups of other tracks.

  • Chapter tracks divide a movie into segments so your visitors can view your movie a bit at a time.

  • Text tracks contain text (titles, for example) displayed with your movie.

  • Filter tracks allow you to select special effects such as transitions between scenes.


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