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| Name | {color:#000000}QuickTake{color}\\ |
| Description | Image format for Apple QuickTake digital cameras |
| MIME Type(s) | application/vnd.apple.quicktake \\ |
| PRONOM ID(s) | (none) \\ |
| UDFR ID(s) | \(?) |
| File extension(s) | qtk |
* [Opening Apple QuickTake .QTK Images|http://www.techerator.com/2009/04/opening-apple-quicktake-qtk-images/]

{color:#000000}There is apparently enough info on the web to deal with that format, try here{color}
{color:#000000}or try Image Converter by Bitten Apps, the current changelog specifically states "Fixed a bug where the application would refuse to open QuickTake PICT files."{color}

{color:#000000}(From{color} {color:#000000}[here|http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1578536]{color}{color:#000000}){color}

h3. Issue 2

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e.g. links to AQuA/SCAPE/Hackathon issues related to this format

* [http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1577310|http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1577310]

h3. Apple Quicktake

{color:#000000}Now there's an obsolete format. From Apple's abortive foray into the very early days of digital photography. I have a stack of them from a trip to Australia many years ago. The filetype is .pict but \[typically Apple\] a proprietory version of .pict that nothing else can read and \[also typically Apple\] support for the format has been dropped from Quicktime since the pre-OSX days.{color}

{color:#000000}Not much hope for file formats surviving into the future when even their own progenitors abandon them, after a few years\!{color}

(From [http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1577310|http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1577310] but see follow-up post above)

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