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August 19, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

Apple Computer Inc is implementing its QuickTime Conferencing and QuickDraw 3D software for Windows95 and Windows NT. Apple confirmed to Computergram last week that it is developing a Windows version of its QuickTime audio and video software, which enables conferencing over the Internet. It is expected to ship early next year. Meanwhile, Apple also has Windows versions of its QuickDraw 3D graphics application programming interface in the works, according to US reports. Apple is said to be implementing its latest version of the QuickDraw 1.5 development kit, which is due out in September. Apple first built QuickDraw 3D on top of its Macintosh System last year. QuickDraw incorporates a high-level modeling tool kit and an acceleration manager for hardware acceleration. QuickDraw 3D is also part of Apple’s Kickstart suite of development tools, which it is offering for downloading from its OpenDoc Web server to attract software developers to its OpenDoc initiative (CI No 2,941).

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