Quicktime support for Windows terminated? In: Cameras Posted April 19, 2016 5 minutes ago, jax_rox said: Apple isn't unprofessional. They just own a computer company, and see no particular reason in developing for the competition. Windows also don't develop players for .avi and .wmv for Apple computers. The only real difference is that .mov and Quicktime has become so ubiquitous and industry standard, particularly with ProRes, but also H.264, mp4 etc. etc. Yeah, that difference is kind of the point. And there are way more Windows machines out there than Macs. And who cares about .wmv? I'm talking about an industry standard. Good luck having people trust you to be the developer of an industry standard. Quote Adobe sees 45% sales growth for Mac video tools after Final Cut Pro X exodus http://appleinsider.com/articles/11/09/08/adobe_sees_45_sales_growth_for_mac_video_tools_after_final_cut_x_exodus They really have a habit of shooting themselves in the foot. If you are going to be an industry standard don't just drop critical features or support entirely with no warning.