With Flip4Mac WMV Player, you can play Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) in QuickTime Player and view Windows Media content on the Internet using a web browser.
- Google Chrome
In general, every QuickTime based Mac OS X application can interface with Flip4Mac WMV Components for QuickTime. Please find enclosed a list of common applications for import and export:
- Final Cut Pro 5, 6 and 7
- Compressor 2 and 3
- Compressor 4 recommended for Final Cut Pro X
- QuickTime 7 Pro Player
- MPEG Streamclip
New Features in this Release:
- Added a progress indicator while waiting for streams to buffer in web browsers.
- Fixes an export scaling issue that causes video quality issues with source frame sizes not divisible by four.
- Fixes a problem exporting Silverlight templates.
- Fixes numerous problems in the Web browser plug-in that prevented streaming and playback of various
- sites and other problems with clicking and scrolling while in the plug-in.
- Adds support for Windows Media scripting. Note that scripting only works with Web browsers running in
- 32-bit mode. You may need to select "Open in 32-bit mode" in Finder's Info pane for Safari or Firefox for
- scripting to work.
- Fixes a warning dialog issue with DRM protected content.
- Mac OS X 10.5 or later.
- QuickTime 7.2.1 or later (for Free Player).
- QuickTime Pro 7.2.1 and later (for exporting movies in Player Pro, Studio, Studio Pro and Studio Pro HD. Compressor or Episode recommended for advanced conversion options).
(Via MacUpdate - Mac OS X.)