A guided introduction and learning path for developers new to QuickTime.
QuickTime is Apple's multiplatform, industry-standard, multimedia
software architecture that provides tremendous development advantages on
Mac OS X. Developers can now take advantage of QTKit—the
modernized object-oriented programming interface—to easily create
QuickTime-savvy Cocoa-based Mac OS X applications. QuickTime enables you
to manipulate, enhance, and store video, sound, animation, graphics,
text, music, and even 360-degree virtual reality. And since QuickTime
also provides file format converters for more than 250 common image,
video, and audio file formats, you can support and convert new file
formats within your application quickly and easily. Read more...