Apple Gazette Video: Exploring the new features of Safari 3

I’m trying something a little different here. We’re experimenting with video players. Viddler is my favorite looking one so far….but I want to know what you guys think. The thing I like the most about this is the quality of the video. Hit the full screen button to get a really good look at the screencast.

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  1. You also can reopen your last session and even your last closed window if you go into the history menu. Just thought it was an important new feature that I didn’t see mentioned in the video. Very cool though, I definitely am glad that they released the beta before Leopard came out.

  2. I tried it when I got home. It stinks. I can’t get it to record a movie. Blank video when used default settings. Any other settings just causes a crash.

  3. Safari is extremely heavy on memory, at least on Windows. When I open Firefox it occupies around 14 megs of RAM, which isn’t a lot compared to Safari’s 46mb consumption.

    On the other hand, I’ve witnessed that Safari does indeed render pages a bit faster than Firefox does, but I wouldn’t say that it’s performance is on par with the memory it consumes.

    At the moment, I wouldn’t recommend switching from Firefox to Safari, if you’re a Windows user. Right now I only use it to test HTML rendering, but I could very well “convert” in a near future, once they iron out some problems.