I don't know, maybe I'm missing something here, but overall, the announcements are a bit ho-hum for me.
Super thin laptop, ok, but I would have preferred a mini laptop, something smaller like the size of a portable DVD player.
Movie downloads, ok Netflix was already doing that.
Time Capsule, ok the Mac Mini re-branded as something else
Am I missing something here. Haven't seen the entire keynote yet, but nothing really jumps out and says "Dang! I have to have that!"
Walter Biscardi, Jr. www.biscardicreative.com
As Chi-Ho Lee noted on the Final Cut Pro forum today, Quicktime 7.1.6 has been released in anticipation of Final Cut Studio 2 and you can now read timecode in the Quicktime Player. Wow! Finally! Not sure why it took so long, but here's the proof.
If you click on the running time you now get a drop down box which gives you three choices of the Standard Running Time, Timecode and Frame Number.
Here's the clip now showing the original timecode off the camera tape. VERY cool and now anyone with Quicktime Player can accurately see timecodes without the need to burn in TC windows. Thank you Apple!