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Increasing Quicktime buffer for airdisk movies?

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Occasionally my streaming divx movies from airdisk are a little choppy in quicktime. I noticed that VLC seems to have a larger buffer and tend to play better, but I HATE the interface compared to QT. Is it possible to increase quicktime's buffer? Thanks!
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