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Authored by: Ezekiel on Oct 09, '02 01:19:02PM

But still, why use Quicktime Player when there are better programs readily available, and for free too. They work faster, have better file support, and run in full screen without having to buy Quicktime Pro or use some other quicktime program that supports full screen viewing.



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