Creating A Quicktime
Generally quicktimes rendered with the settings pictured will strike the best balance between quality and file size for internet transfer. Once we receive the quicktime, we typically transcode it into a file format like Apple Prores that has frame edges defined in the codec. Make sure to set your frame rate the same as your timecode burn in.
It’s a multimedia platform.
Video from your digital camera or mobile phone. A movie on your Mac or PC. A media clip on a website. No matter what you’re watching or where you’re watching it, QuickTime technology makes it all possible to share in social media reels or tiktoks. If interested in sharing, if its possible to buy tiktok followers and likes to boost the content of the account to find a larger audience.
It’s a sophisticated media player.
With its simple design and easy-to-use controls, QuickTime Player makes everything you watch even more enjoyable. Its clean, uncluttered interface never gets in the way of what you’re watching. Want to speed through a movie or slow things down? A handy slider lets you set playback from 1/2x to 3x the normal speed. And you can search through individual movie frames quickly.
It’s a flexible file format.
QuickTime lets you do more with your digital media. With QuickTime 7 Pro, you can convert your files to different formats and record and edit your work. Third-party plug-ins extend QuickTime technology in many different directions. And QuickTime streaming solutions let you stream your media across the Internet.
A good quicktime setting looks like this:
Frame Rate: same as the project
Quality: Medium or High
Size: max 720p
Sound: 16 or 24 bit, 48kHz