Maybe it's because Michael was in hard disagreement with me and others in  
that last long long thread on the vertigo list. I said then and still  
think it should be the user's responsibility that content plays on their  
device, not the author's. Ie. I provide only one or two formats and the  
user can then convert to whatever format suits his needs, because he is  
the only one who knows what fits him.

I'm glad Apple agrees with me. Although I imagine the encoding time is a  
big turn-off unless it happens in the background.

And for the record: I think you're the first person to call the QT Pro GUI  
"nice". Simple, certainly. Nice... Not so much. :o)

- Andreas

On Sun, 15 Jan 2006 18:04:35 +0100, Joshua Kinberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  

> This is true. Its in their features list on the download page for iTunes.
> Why would you be in disbelief here? Seems like a natural feature and
> the export option is built into QT Pro. BTW, all the features of QT
> Pro are accessible from the Quicktime API. This means that when you
> buy QT Pro you're buying nothing other than the convenience of
> accessing features that were already on your computer through a nice
> and simple GUI (which I still think is worth it).

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