YouTube Support for QuickTime X in Mac OS X 10.6
Article by George Norman
On 28 Apr 2009
YouTube, the very popular, Google owned, video sharing site, will be supported in the upcoming Mac OS X 10.6, codename Snow Leopard, by QuickTime X (the media player that ships with the aforementioned operating system). Reports on the wed have it that the most recent Beta version of the Snow Leopard features a YouTube sharing option in QuickTime X, alongside other interesting functionality.

Mac OS X Beta testers claim that several video-sharing options will be added to the Apple developed QuickTime media playback and editing software. One of the options refers to the fact that a user can upload videos directly from QuickTime X to YouTube. All you have to do is provide your YouTube credential (username and password) and QuickTime X will convert and upload the video automatically.

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QuickTime X has other functionality to boast about, on top of the YouTube support feature mentioned above – and it is related to sharing media online as well. With QuickTime X you can just as easily upload videos to the MobileMe Gallery. On top of that QuickTime X is also capable or performing screen-recording tasks.

This screen recording functionality it reminiscent of Windows 7 and its option to automatically switch desktop wallpapers – what I mean by that is that in the past you needed specialized software to get the wallpaper to switch automatically, but with Windows 7 this option is natively supported. The same goes for QuickTime X and the screen recording feature – you will no longer need 3rd party software to put together a tutorial or how –to video, you can easily take advantage of QuickTime X. And since the technology behind QuickTime X is largely based on the multimedia software developed for the iPhone, you can expect it to work in an easy to understand yet effective manner.



Tags: Apple, Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, QuickTime X
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