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I have recently purchased quicktime pro and I really like it but it will not display widescreen video properly. I have exported HDV from iMovie to Quicktime but whenever I play the movie it appears sqaushed becuase Quicktime is in 4:3 mode. If it were in 16:9 widescreen like my video it would work. Is there anyway I can make it 16:9
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When I want full screen I just go to menu bar and click veiw for full screen

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This is sort of off topic but with Sailing Clicker you can access the wide-screen mode without actually needing quicktime pro. Just thought I'd throw that out there.
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Isn't Sailing Clicker for cellphones?

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Yes it is, but you can remotely tell qt to play fullscreen using it.

You can do this with a simple applescript as well though, if you google for it.

I like the fact that Apple leaves in little backdoors like this, it's as though the engineers know how retarded it is to not bundle QT Pro with the OS.

I mean - lots of Tiger's "200 new features" were quicktime pro related, and that costs another 29$ on top of the 129$ you've already spent... {/END RANT}
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