Quicktime, along with any other Apple media (iPod, iTunes) 4 replies

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#1 8 years ago

can suck a pilot's right nut.




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#2 8 years ago

explain.




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#3 8 years ago

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#4 8 years ago

Quicktime has no real use aside from allowing you to watch movies/listen to certain kinds of music files on the internet. Then again, who the hell needs Quicktime in this instance when Youtube does all the work you'll ever need.

iPod / iTunes are annoying. I've come to the conclusion that iPod/iTunes just wastes time. If I want to put music on my device, dammit, I can just copy / paste files en masse instead of doing them through iTunes, which has an extremely wacky, wtf gui that doesn't make much sense. They tried to make it easier to the non-tech savvy, which in turn stabbed them in the back. You don't need a big technical help file to simply copy/paste files.

The iTunes store is pretty neat, I'll admit, but the whole program is just difficult to navigate.




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#5 8 years ago
eezstreet;5210048can suck a pilot's right nut.

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