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Flip4Mac announces Intel Support road-map

Telestream, the creator of the Flip4Mac™ digital media tools for the Mac, today announced that they planned to create Universal Binary versions of their applications, to support Intel Macs natively, would be released "within the next quarter.

Which is a good thing because I rely on Flip4Mac’s Windows Media Playback in QuickTime Player and export capabilities from QuickTime and that MacBook Pro is calling me after NAB.

Flip4Mac’s Windows Media Components for QuickTime add Windows Media playback support to QuickTime Player and web browsers. The Flip4Mac Player component is now free (and distributed by Microsoft as "the official way to do view WMV on Macintosh". Other Flip4Mac Windows Media components, ranging in price from $29 to $179, provide the ability to import for editing and export Windows Media from within QuickTime-based applications

Visit Telestream booth on SL-2781 at NAB this week.

Windows Media Components for QuickTime, powered by Flip4Mac, add Windows Media playback support to QuickTime Player and web browsers. In January, Telestream announced that Microsoft would begin free distribution of Windows Media Components for QuickTime, powered by Flip4Mac. Flip4Mac allows Mac users to view Windows Media video and audio content from within their existing QuickTime applications. It also provides the first solution for full playback of high definition Windows Media on a Mac. Other Flip4Mac Windows Media components, ranging in price from $29 to $179, provide the ability to import for editing and export Windows Media from within QuickTime-based applications.

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