The underlying graphics display system for Apple Macintosh computers. The QuickDraw system enables programs to create and manipulate graphical objects. Because all Macintosh programs use QuickDraw, they all share a common look.
There are several versions of QuickDraw that offer different color capabilities and other features. The newest, called QuickDraw GX, supports 16.7 million colors.
QuickDraw is currently used primarily for displaying images on monitors, but some printers use it as well.
A video and animation system developed by Apple Computer. QuickTime is built into the Macintosh operating system and is used by most Mac applications that include video or animation. PCs can also run files in QuickTime format, but they require a special QuickTime driver. QuickTime supports most encoding formats, including Cinepak, JPEG, and MPEG. QuickTime […]
- QuickTime VR
An enhanced version of the QuickTime standard developed by Apple for displaying multimedia content (animation, audio, and video) on computers. This enhanced version adds the ability to display and rotate objects in three dimensions. A QuickTime VR plug-in is available for most Web browsers. You prepare visual material for QuickTime VR from computer-generated 3D artwork […]
On WordPress blogs and other user-generated content (UGC) sites, a Quicktag is a on-click button that inserts HTML in to your post. For example the “b” Quicktag will insert the HTML bold tags < b > < /b >. Quicktag may also be seen written as Quick Tag.
A type of multi-core technology that includes two separate dual-core dies, where dual-core means a CPU that includes two complete execution cores per physical processor, installed together in one CPU package. In this set-up cores 1 and 2 would share a memory cache, as would cores 3 and 4. If core 1 or 2 needs […]
- quad-speed CD-ROM drive
A CD-ROM drive designed to run four times as fast as original models. Often denoted as 4X CD players, they provide data transfer rates of 600K per second and data access times as low as 125 milliseconds (ms).