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Apple Pro Training Series QuickTime Pro Quick-Reference Guide by Jem Schofield, Steve Martin, Brian Gary

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Chapter 5. Delivering Movies

QuickTime is a very flexible distribution container because it encodes multiple web-friendly formats, including MPEG-4 video, H.264, and AAC. (Chapter 2 provides detailed steps and scenarios for exporting your movies.) QuickTime media can be delivered over the Internet by one of two methods: progressive download or real-time streaming.

This chapter departs partially from the step-by-step methodology of earlier chapters, serving more as a primer for the digital distribution tools contained in QuickTime Pro. Each delivery project is different and presents its own unique challenges, based largely on the nature of the content being broadcast. Therefore, use the sections of this chapter to help you understand how these ...

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