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Hi everyone

I am wanting to run a set of movies to display. Any ideas on software? I have quicktime pro but some of the movies are widescreen and some are normal. If I put them together in Quicktime, it makes the widescreen ones jump to the top. Any ideas?

iBook G4 14"
Mac OS X 10.4.9
Quicktime -whatever the latest is


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