Files pertaining to the QuickTime player, a component of the QuickTime application, use the QT file extension. Movie files are QT files. You can make, edit, and even publish a variety of various kinds of multimedia files using the QuickTime player. These files may contain a wide range of media, such as movies, animations, images, and videos. Due to their size, these files are typically zipped. The files are much easier to transfer and share when they have been compressed, and the smaller file size also makes it simpler to stream videos online.
The QuickTime file format was created as a container for various kinds of multimedia tracks. Video, audio, text subtitles, and other kinds of effects can all be found on the different tracks. Each file may either include its own unique digitally encoded media stream or only the information needed to access data in another file. QuickTime is a particularly well-liked editor since it allows you to easily divide the different tracks. Even though QuickTime uses the QT file extension, MOV is the more common one. Movies in the QuickTime format are stored more frequently than movies in the QT format.
list of programs that can open QT documents
- Apple QuickTime Player (Windows, Mac)
- Roxio Creator NXT Pro 2 (Windows)
- Roxio Toast 12 (Mac)
- CyberLink PowerDVD 14 (Windows)
- Adobe Flash Professional CC (Windows, Mac)
- Eltima Elmedia Player (Mac)