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I am running a 2011 mbp with snow leopard and just have a standard quicktime player installed. when I view videos they are in a small video box plus I cannot download any of these videos. Do I need to upgrade my quicktime player so I can see videos full screen plus download anytype of video. would appreciate any ideas. thanks
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I should add I have quicktime player app and it states its version 10.0 if that helps for any response. Do I need a full version of quick time?
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when I view videos they are in a small video box plus I cannot download any of these videos.
I do not understand what this means.

Where are these videos coming from?
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A sports website allows you to download videos of games past and they provide icons either quicktime or windows media in low res or hi res that you can click on to view the video. when i click on the qt icon i can view the video but there is no option to dl it. also when viewing the video it is small and have found no way to view it full screen. am wondering if it is cause of my qt player capabilities.
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