QuickTime Broadcaster

On the air with QuickTime.

With QuickTime Broadcaster, anyone can produce a live broadcast event and anyone with an Internet connection can “virtually” attend. The combination of QuickTime Broadcaster, QuickTime Streaming Server and QuickTime provides an end-to-end MPEG-4-based Internet broadcasting system, allowing you to reach not only the large and growing QuickTime Player base, but also any ISO-compliant MPEG-4 player.

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QuickTime Streaming Solutions

HTTP Live Streaming

QuickTime X takes Internet video streaming to new levels with support for HTTP live streaming. Unlike other streaming technologies, HTTP live streaming uses the HTTP protocol — the same network technology that powers the web. That means QuickTime X streams audio and video from almost any web server instead of requiring special streaming servers, and it works reliably with common firewall and wireless router settings. HTTP live streaming is designed for mobility and can dynamically adjust movie playback quality to match the available speed of wired or wireless networks, perfect whether the video is watched on a computer or a mobile device like iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Darwin Streaming Server

Darwin Streaming Server, the open source version of the QuickTime Streaming Server technology, lets you deliver live or pre-recorded content in real time using the industry-standard RTP/RTSP protocols. Darwin Streaming Server is available under the Apple Public Source Licence from Mac OS Forge.

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QuickTime for Developers

The Apple Developer Connection

The Apple Developer Connection is a great resource for those developing products that leverage the rich QuickTime multimedia architecture.

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Licensing QuickTime

Find out how you can ship QuickTime with your product, obtain a site license for QuickTime, add the QuickTime web badge to your QuickTime-enriched website, and more.

Learn more about licensing QuickTime