|⇒ Category:||Video Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Apple Inc|
📌 .MOV file samples serve as one of the most accustomed extension categories, which typically open, store and represent home movies, short video clips and sequences, TV shows and full-length movies. Precisely, .MOV entries are stored in the QuickTime File Format (QTFF), a multimedia technological specification widely exploited and distributed by Apple enterprise. Various video-editors are designed for full-scale compatibility and support with .MOV resources according to their broad compliance with high qualitative HD-resolution video-clips and compositions. The QTFF technology has been initially presented to the public community in 1991, and it has gained positive feedback from the industry experts and proficient users.
📌 The .MOV file entities can be smoothly reviewed and opened by default pre-installed or third-party suites and solutions, for instance, ACG Player, Elmedia Player, QuickTime Player, MX Player, oriented on distinct desktop or mobile systems and platforms. Hereby, you may also easily open up and convert .MOV clips to .AVI, .MP4, .ASF, .TS, .WEBM and other formats due to availability of multiple proprietary and freeware convertors and decoders, like Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate, Adobe Premiere Rush, Roxio Toast, Roxio Popcorn, Roxio Creator NXT Pro, and more comprehensive products, exploiting by the .MOV specification. It should be strictly mentioned that multimedia resources stored in the QTFF definition may also employ the .QT file format to store the resulting clips and compositions, related to the .MOV logic.