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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

Full screen with Quicktime possible?


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I am new to Mac OS. I am not able to get videos in Quicktime to cover the whole screen. Can someone help me? If there is some other software for this, pelase let me know. Thanks
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Yup definately:
GUIDE: How To Achieve Fullscreen Quicktime Without Quicktime Pro

This works!
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I recommend reading the last post of that thread first. The latest update of Quicktime makes it possible to view movies in fullscreen mode.

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I was thinking about this but I was unsure, I don't really use Quicktime.
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