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Road to Mac OS X Leopard: QuickTime, iTunes, and Media Features

Road to Mac OS X Leopard: QuickTime, iTunes, and Media Features
In addition to the new searching, browsing and back up features for office documents (Finder, Dock, Quick Look, Cover Flow, Spotlight, Time Machine) and new support for collaborative information sharing (Mail, iChat, iCal, Server), Mac OS X Leopard also advances support for audio and video media in QuickTime, iTunes, Photo Booth, Front Row, and other applications. Here’s what’s new in Leopard and where the ideas behind rich media on the desktop came from.

AppleInsider | Road to Mac OS X Leopard: QuickTime, iTunes, and Media Features.

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  • PerGrenerfors

    These articles are fantastic. Daniel, you should party with this guy. Or at least hang out.

    :D

  • Nicky G

    I was hoping for more info. on Quicktime and Streaming Server in 10.5 — most of the features mentioned already exist in 10.4.

  • Baroosk

    I think Daniel dines with “Prince McLean” more often than we know.

    With the quality of the articles and the great references back to RDM…

    Methinks Daniel and Prince are one in the same…

    Just my 2ยข

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