CNET Editors' note: The form at the download link requires a DVD Studio Pro 2 or Final Cut Pro 4 serial number. All other users should run Software Update or log in to the Apple Store account used to purchase the software to redownload the update.
The QuickTime 6 MPEG-2 Playback Component provides QuickTime 6 users with the ability to import and play back MPEG-2 content, including both muxed (the audio and video tracks have are interlaced together into one track) and non-muxed (a.k.a. elementary) program streams.
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"Should come with Apple's software by default."
Version: Apple QuickTime 6 MPEG-2 Playback 6.5
Enables stuff (that should already be there by default).
Apple decided to charge blimming $20 for something that should already be included by default.