Version 7.7.9: Update Notes
Apple has just released a new update for the Quicktime app. This update has a lot of new features and many bug fixes.
For starters, the update fixes the issue where people could not open a movie in Quicktime without a lot of file-handling errors. In addition, the update fixes the issue where audio would keep playing in the background when you switched to another app.
In addition to these fixes, the update includes a new feature for when you pan off the edge of the frame in a video. When you pan off the edge of the frame, Quicktime will now automatically pan back to the center of the frame.
The update also includes a new feature to resize the mouse cursor in the Quicktime player. The cursor will now be a bigger target for when you are trying to click on a small area of the video. In addition, there is a new feature that will allow you to mark a playback position in a video. You can then use the marker to go back to that part of the video.
In addition to these new features, the update also fixes a lot of bugs. For example, the update fixes a bug where a microphone would be turned off after a person paused a video. In addition, the update fixes a bug where a person could not play a video from a DVD on a Windows PC.
This update fixes a lot of bugs and introduces a lot of new features.