However, in the recent build 10A286 of Snow Leopard , the version we all know of QuickTime has disappeared, already replaced by a redesigned QuickTime X. There are still no filtered developer images of the new player interface look, but it has been possible to build an image from the descriptions that have been obtained of the look.
As we can see in the image above, QuickTime X leaves the normal Mac OS X window appearance with only the black title bar and some controls in the style of the current full screen QuickTime , which pop up as soon as the cursor is inside the video window. This makes the interface even more focused on the movie and much more minimalist.
From the photoshop montage based on the descriptions, you can also explore the film from scenes or fragments in the style of iMovie , or share the videos via the MobileMe service with a simple click.
At the moment we don’t have more information about the technical improvements of QuickTime X, but with this last Build we can see that Apple is working hard to finish Snow Leopard and that we will soon have more news and features about this new version of Mac OS X.