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Quick Time Support
  Quick Time Support
  QuickTime is the multi-platform industry-standard multimedia architecture used by software tool vendors and content creators to create and deliver synchronized graphics, sound, video, text and music. The Memorial CD-ROM and the this website uses the QuickTime video compression technology.
  QuickTime Support for Memorial CD
  Apple releases two versions of QuickTime for Windows: 16-bit and 32-bit. These two versions can coexist on a machine without interfering with each other. 16-bit applications will use the 16-bit QuickTime support, while 32-bit applications will use the 32-bit QuickTime support. The Memorial CD is a 16-bit Windows application, and will run correctly on both 16-bit Windows (Windows 3.1) and 32-bit Windows (Windows 95 and Windows NT 3.51/4.00). Because Memorial is a 16-bit application, 16-bit QuickTime support is required on the computer running the application, and Memorial will not run properly without it. Memorial will automatically install the required 16-bit QuickTime support before starting the interactive portion of the C.D. If you would like to install the 32-bit QuickTime support for other applications, change directory into the 32bit directory contained here, double click the qt32.exe program. After qt32 completes, copy the qtvr32.qtc file into the system32 directory in your windows directory to add 32-bit QuickTime VR support.
  QuickTime Support for Internet, get the QuickTime Internet Plugin below:

The QuickTime Plug-in lets you view QuickTime video content directly in the browser window of Netscape Navigator 3.0.


Once you have reached the Apple site for downloading the QuickTime software for Netscape, choose "Download the QuickTime Plug-in for Netscape Navigator 3.0." link. You will then have the option between Macintosh, Windows 3.1, and Windows 95/NT, select which operating system you are using. Once you have selected the appropriate link, you should download the "Easy Download" option which will provide you with video and QuickTime virtual Reality support. Once you execute the downloading process you will need to decompress the and launch the QuickTime install program. You will also have access to the QuickTime readme file to further explain the install procedure.

For more help on QuickTime, see the Technical Q&A page.