This media player lets users play audio and video files in several popular formats such as MOV, MP3 and MPEG. The interface is straightforward and simple to use.
QuickTime is a Windows utility from Apple for movie playback. It is possible to open a URL for accessing an online video stream as well.
This player lets you watch media in fullscreen mode or in a separate window. Playback controls for rewinding, fast forwarding and pausing are provided. Jumping to the previous or next playlist item is possible as well. Additionally, you can switch on the subtitles if they are available.
Several clips can be opened at the same time. This feature is useful for modifying the video. However, the editing tools are not available in the trial version of QuickTime. This functionality is provided in free alternative solutions such as VirtualDub and Windows Movie Maker.
There are sliders for adjusting the volume, bass and treble audio parameters. The picture brightness, color, contrast and tint can be fine-tuned as well. Moreover, users are able to change the playback speed.
The commercial Pro version allows you to edit the videos and save them in different file formats.
It is worth mentioning that QuickTime is an obsolete software and no longer supported by the developer. All its playback capabilities are included in Windows 7 and newer.
- free to download and use;
- lets you play video and audio clips;
- there is support for several popular file formats;
- tools for adjusting brightness and contrast are provided;
- compatible with all modern versions of Windows.