|Registered MIME type: video/quicktime|
Apple QuickTime file format.
Multimedia container format.
Commonly used for archiving and exchanging video content.
Stores audio and video content in a format suitable for synchronous playback.
Supports a variety of audio and video codecs as well as uncompressed video frames.
Introduced in 1991 by Apple.
|"Elements"||list of elements and options available in this file|
|"Rules"||full list of rules for each element and option|
|"Options"||list of rules for options, properties, and settings|
|"Animation"||animated QuickTime represented as an animation object|
|"Data"||array of raw bitmap data for each frame|
|"GraphicsList"||frames of an animated QuickTime as a list of graphics|
|"Background"||background color shown in transparent image regions|
|"BitDepth"||bits used to represent each color channel in the file|
|"ColorSpace"||color encoding used in the file|
|"Duration"||animation length in seconds|
|"FrameCount"||number of frames in the file|
|"FrameRate"||number of frames to be displayed per second|
|"VideoEncoding"||video codec used in the file|
Show the Import elements available in a QuickTime sample file:
Import meta-information elements:
This gives a list of integer indices which can be used to reference individual frames:
Import the first and the last frame:
Import the entire QuickTime file as an animation:
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