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Telestream Takes Over Windows Media for Mac

Telestream Takes Over Windows Media for Mac

by , 1:15 PM EST, January 11th, 2006

Telestream has been contracted by Microsoft to provide Windows Media content support for the Mac through its Flip4Mac QuickTime plug-in, replacing Windows Media Player. Flip4Mac adds the appropriate codecs to QuickTime to let Mac users view or listen to Windows Media video content without requiring the Microsoft's Windows Media Player application. Telestream is offering Flip4Mac for free, reduced from its original US$10 price. Flip4Mac is available for download at the Flip4Mac Web site, and at the Microsoft Web site.

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