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The.sit file contains a QuickTime component, which delegates the playback of XviD videos to the DivX codec installed on your system. To install the XviD delegate component on Mac OS X, put the XVIDDelegate.component file in the /Library/QuickTime folder and then reboot. Hi, I want to play MKV files on my Mac with QuickTime player. I've already downloaded DivX Codec for mac but QT still can't open MKV. MKV (Matroska) is not a codec—it is a modern, extensible, open standard Multimedia container. Installing the Perian codec package will normally allow QT 7 to play and QT X to convert MKV files—but only if. This update adds the following video codecs for use by QuickTime-based applications: Apple Intermediate Codec Apple ProRes AVC-Intra DVCPRO HD HDV XDCAM HD / EX / HD422 MPEG IMX Uncompressed 4:2:2. To be more specific, QuickTime Alternative is fitted with the following components: - Media Player Classic, the well-known application with simple interface but with powerful features; - QuickTime Codecs; - QuickTime DirectShow filter (it allows you to play QuickTime content in any player); - QuickTime plugin for Internet Explorer. In Mac OS X v10.6 and newer, since the QuickTime X (QT Player v10.x) AVFoundation playback structure no longer posses an open codec architecture for 3rd party plugins or components installation, you can't drop AVI files that aren't encoded as Mjpeg video with PCM onto QuickTime X player for direct playback.

Hi, I want to play MKV files on my Mac with QuickTime player. I've already downloaded DivX Codec for mac but QT still can't open MKV.

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MKV (Matroska) is not a codec—it is a modern, extensible, open standard Multimedia container. Installing the Perian codec package will normally allow QT 7 to play and QT X to convert MKV files—but only if your system is configured with the codecs need to support the data in the MKV file container. In addition, QT 7 (which is a program stream media player) will often have to read through then entire file before it may begin playback. (With something like a 30-minute DVD TV episode, this can take a while. With a feature length Blu-ray movie—forget it.) Your best solution for almost all MKV files is to use an FFmpeg-based media player like VLC, NicePlayer, MPlayerX, Blu-ray Player, or similar apps that will begin playback immediately and support common compression formats used in MKV files.