How You Can Make Time Lapse Videos With Your DSLR

Philip Bloom is a time lapse photography wizard. Here he shows you how to make a simple, zoomy time lapse video with photos from your DSLR. Now you just need a plane ticket to Dubai or Prague or something. [Photoxels] » 11/30/10 9:20pm 11/30/10 9:20pm

Download the New Firefox Beta That Doesn't Crash When Videos Do

Mozilla's serving up a beta of Firefox Lorentz, a version of the browser that runs Flash, Quicktime, and Silverlight videos as a separate processes. If plug-in-caused crashes and stuttering YouTubes have you red in the face, Lorentz offers sweet relief. » 4/09/10 12:01pm 4/09/10 12:01pm

Screen Recording to Come Baked In to Snow Leopard's Quicktime Player

The new Quicktime X Player, which will come with this summer's Snow Leopard upgrade, has a cool new feature: Like Snapz, it'll record motion on the screen. » 4/25/09 6:00pm 4/25/09 6:00pm

Rowmote Brings Apple's Front Row Remote to the iPhone (Unofficially)

A new iPhone app called Rowmote can control Front Row, Quicktime, DVD Player, iTunes and Keynote, just like Apple's IR Remote, but over wi-fi. » 1/30/09 11:00am 1/30/09 11:00am

Apple to Add QuickTime Decoding Hardware to Product LIne?

Pure rumor and speculation, but Silicon Alley Insider is reporting a tip they've received stating that Apple will be adding "QuickTime encoding/decoding chips built into their products." Just like MPEG2 decoders that specifically deal with DVD playback, these chips would presumably handle MPEG4 only, the H.264 codec… » 8/11/08 9:58am 8/11/08 9:58am

Sanyo Xacti CG65: Now With H.264 And In Lime

Sanyo keeps improving their Xacti video-cameras: their Xacti CG65 adds H.264 recording, MPEG-4 advanced video coding at 640 x 480 pixels and 30 frames per second, which uses less memory than previous versions while increasing the image quality. It now can store up to 80 minutes of high quality video in a one Gbyte… » 3/13/07 10:20am 3/13/07 10:20am