1/9/2014
QT Sync 0.4.0b2 (Public Beta)
"Slow and steady wins the race..."

This public beta includes the following...
3/9/2009
Folder Splitter 0.9b10
This version fixes several issues including a possible StackOverflow.
3/9/2009
Long Time No See :-)
Sorry for the lack of updates in the last year. QT Sync and Folder Splitter are projects which...

QT Sync 0.3.3


QuickTime Movie Player, Movie Sync Fixer, TimeCode Inserter, Movie Ratio Changer and much more...

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QT Sync 0.4.0b2 (Public Beta)


- Supports now movies with up to 21 tracks.
- TC Inserter: The fontsize is shown in points and can be selected freely. / New Transparency Option: "Blend" / Added 59.94d, 59.94nd, 60d, 60nd Support. / Fixed some playback performance issues after inserting a TC track.
- Some User Interface changes.
- Intel only. Tested on 10.6, 10.7, 10.8.

Known Issues:
- MPEG2 capabilities only on 10.6.8. (The needed MPEG2 Playback Component will not work on Lion or higher.)
- Some movies saved with QT Sync will not playback properly with the QuickTime X Player. You have to export (=re-encode) them first. (Or use QuickTime Player 7 instead.)

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Folder Splitter 0.9b10


A helper application, that can split one large folder into several smaller ones.

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Important Information for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and
OS X 10.9 Mavericks users !

When you try to open my applications "QT Sync" and "Folder Splitter" on Mountain Lion, you will see a warning, that these applications "are not signed by a recognized distributor and may damage your computer".
Apple requires all developers to electronically "sign" their applications. Because "QT Sync" and "Folder Splitter" are a few years old, they are not signed properly and so your Mac will give you this warning.

Please be assured, that these applications are not "malware" or "spyware" and you can continue using them as you did before.

To force your Mac to open "QT Sync" and/or "Folder Splitter", go to your applications folder, right-click the app's icon and choose "Open". (You will only have to do this once!)