Cracking open a Mac mini safely

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  • Reply 21 of 23
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    Originally posted by PB

    Not really. There are free players that can do this. For example, Cellulo is a very nice one.



    Yes, thsi is true. You could even open the quicktime movie in Real Player or something, so you can have full screen. However, Quicktime Free will not do this.
  • Reply 22 of 23
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    Originally posted by ibook911

    Yes, thsi is true. You could even open the quicktime movie in Real Player or something, so you can have full screen. However, Quicktime Free will not do this.



    Well, Windows doesn't have the quicktime codec preinstalled. I wonder why apple doesn't just provide an installer with the codec, so that any given player could be used..



    David
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