What is it?
QuickTime is Apple’s multiplatform, multimedia technology for handling video, sound, animation, graphics, text, interactivity, and music. As a cross-platform technology, QuickTime can deliver content on Mac OS and Windows computers. QuickTime supports most major video, audio, and graphics file formats. It works with local disk-based media, media accessed over a network, and streams of real-time data. QuickTime supports a wide variety of video and audio codecs and can be extended with third-party codecs. 1
How to use it?
Record video, audio, capture your screen, add animation, graphics or music to your videos or podcasts.
Cognitive processes you could target with this tool:
recall, integration, elaboration, attending, encoding, comprehension, processing, meta-memory.
To start using QuickTime Player, if you have a Mac computer, look for the icon in your tools. For Windows, you can download Quicktime by clicking here.
- Taken from https://documentation.apple.com/en/finalcutpro/usermanual/index.html#chapter=103%26section=1%26tasks=true on 15 February, 2017.