QuickTime for Mac
Old Version of QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)
Selected Version
QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Mac OS X, 9, 8, 7
License
Proprietary
Release Date
03 August, 2011 (10 years ago )

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QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)

QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard) (68.92 MB)

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System Requirements of QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)
  • Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (Intel)
  • Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (PowerPC)
Program Information of QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)
Version Name:
QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)

File Size:
68.92 MB

Released Date:
03 August, 2011 (10 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
A8F1EE2C76F5EE2997B93409882CD8EE

SHA1 Checksum:
6CFC51C2C23413F86A05C63B7DC2C2C2690FAD28

Version History of QuickTime Player 7.7 (Leopard)
  • QuickTime 7.7 improves security and is recommended for all Mac OS X Leopard users.
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About QuickTime for Mac

QuickTime is a multimedia framework developed by Apple Inc., capable of handling various formats of digital video, media clips, sound, text, animation, music, and interactive panoramic images. It is available for Mac OS classic (System 7 onwards), Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows operating systems. The latest version is QuickTime X (10.0) and is only available on Mac OS X Snow Leopard. QuickTime is integrated with Mac OS X, and it was an optional component at install for earlier versions of Mac OS.

Quicktime Features

  • Massive Cross-platform Platform - Available in both Mac and PC
  • Authoring, Delivery and Playback - QuickTime is the best platform providing the most complete solution. The free QuickTime Broadcaster software lets you produce live events.
  • Flexibility - Create an immersive, interactive experience for your customers using a variety of media types and formats beyond just audio and video. The QuickTime file format is a track-based, container-like format that enables you to combine almost any media (audio, video, still images, text, VR, chapters and even alternate languages) in a single movie.
  • Do It In QuickTime - Many of today’s leading authoring, multimedia and entertainment applications rely on QuickTime to do the heavy lifting.

Quicktime Player is property of Apple, Inc. .


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