Minor revision of the picture viewer application QuickTime from Apple Computer Inc.
The included READ_QTW.WRI help document lists the following Key Features for this version:
Improved performance and reliability
32-Bit QuickTime for Windows 95 and Windows NT 3.51 or later
Multifunctional 16/32-bit control panels
Improved installation and uninstallation process
MIDI Music tracks
IMA 4:1 compressed audio
Accelerated video support:
Direct hardware support for graphics accelerators:
ATI Mach64, Tseng W32P, P9000, Cirrus Logic CL-GD54xx, WD 90C33
Direct hardware support for video drivers that support 16- or 32-bit
Display Control Interface (DCI)
Support for burnt and searchable text tracks.
Support for QuickTime VR for Windows (distributed separately).
Support for MPEG file playback via Sigma Designs RealMagic Board.
Support for all standard QuickTime decompressors: Apple Graphics, Apple Animation, Apple Uncompressed, Apple Video, Apple Cinepak, Apple Photo JPEG, Indeo 3.2
Movie Player application can copy selected portions of text track and current visual to clipboard.
16- and 32-bit QuickTime for Windows can coexist on Win95 and WinNT.
The Movie Player is an OLE server, enabling QuickTime movies to be placed and played in 16- or 32-bit applications.
QuickTime has MCI (Media Control Interface) that provides media integration in applications like Windows' Media Player and various multimedia authoring applications.
Visual Basic 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 is supported with a 16-bit VBX file for QuickTime Movie control.
Software Name: QuickTime Picture Viewer Software Version: (16-Bit) 22.214.171.124 Release Year: 1996 Developer: Apple Computer, Inc. Publisher: Apple Computer, Inc. License Type: Freeware  Installation Method: Install to Local Disk
Below are the system requirements (sometimes referred to as the minimum system requirements) that the software developer or publisher stated at the time of release.