“The ability to use multimedia files in the Macintosh® or Windows operatingenvironments was an important consideration,” said Willy Shih, senior vicepresident, Eastman Kodak Company, and president, Digital & Applied Imaging.“QuickTime is established, broadly used and, most important, easy to use.These are key characteristics when you want to make technology broadlyuseful and fun for consumers.”
“QuickTime is the highest-quality and easiest to use software for sharingvideo, audio and digital images with friends and family over the Internet,”said Philip Schiller, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.“More than 50 million copies of the QuickTime 4 player have been distributedto Mac and Windows users worldwide and now we’re seeing QuickTime extendbeyond the desktop and into mainstream consumer devices, with Kodak takingthe lead.”
QuickTime supports full motion video and audio capture, editing, andplayback. In addition, it works in both the Apple Macintosh and MicrosoftWindows operating systems.
Eastman Kodak Company is the leader in all aspects ofphotography – traditional, digital and online – with sales of more than $14billion for 1999. Committed to making digital photography easy andaccessible, Kodak is a leading supplier of digital cameras and inkjet media.Kodak offers a range of consumer digital services, including Kodak PictureCD, Kodak PhotoNet online, “You’ve Got Pictures” in cooperation with AmericaOnline and Kodak Picture Disk. Its branded products – Kodak PhotoNet online,AOL’s “You’ve Got Pictures,” kodak.com, along with the emergence of thePrint@Kodak Internet photofinishing service – make Kodak a clear leader inthis emerging field.
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