NOTE: You do not need Quicktime with Studio Artist 5.0 for Still Images or Still Art.
If you want to do video processing with Studio Artist 5.0 you will need to install Quicktime.
We are working to eliminate Quicktime entirely from the Windows version of Studio Artist, but currently you will need Quicktime to do any video processing.
Quicktime is safe as a desktop application. What potentially is not safe is downloading a Quicktime video from an unknown and/or untrusted website if you have the Quicktime plugin installed on your browser. To avoid this you can disable the Quicktime plugin in your browser.
Quicktime For Video Processing
TO DISABLE QUICKTIME IN YOUR BROWSER
To see which plug-ins you have installed, check the list of plug-ins in your web browser of choice.
CHROME: Plug “chrome://plugins/” into your address bar (without the quotes) and press Enter. You can also navigate to Settings>Show advanced settings>Content settings>Disable individual plugins.
FIREFOX: Click the menu button, click Manage add-ons, and select the Plug-ins icon.
INTERNET EXPLORER: Click the gear menu on the toolbar and select Add-ons. Ensure the “Toolbars and extensions” category is selected, and then click the Show box and select All add-ons.
SAFARI: Click the Safari menu, select Preferences, and click the Security icon. Click the Website Settings button to the right of “Internet plug-ins.
OPERA: Click the Opera menu and select Settings. Select the Websites category and click “Disable individual plugins.” Alternately, you can just plug “opera://plugins” into the address bar (without quotes) and press Enter.
If you still have questions please contact us through our support tab..