You need to have the latest version of Quicktime (6.3) installed - I mean the standard free Quicktime 6.3, not the pro version.
Zoom Player Pro will then be able to play a .MOV file without any extra filters or configuration. Really, Blight is a genius. In my experience Zoom Player plays .MOV files better (i.e. faster and smoother) than Quicktime itself, and in full screen of course. You may experience 'side-effects' in Zoom Player though, like a few of its features don't work in .MOV files and the mouse sometimes behaves a bit strangely; if you are playing in full screen, you should be fine.
I dunno, I liked the second one, I thought it was pretty well done. I guess it depends on what you are looking for. In terms to the first one it's not as good but the first one was so different it's hard to compete with that.
Mediaplayer Classic will play Quicktime files w/Dx9 so you can play it on a secondary monitor. It's under the "Playback RM/QT" options. I actually find it plays alot smoother than the QT player itself.
Nice trailer btw- it's better than DVD res, but not quite hi-def. I can't wait to see it on InTheaters.
a kickass little player ,btw I agree the QT installer rates somewhere among Realmedia levels although not quite as bad it still sucks , but pretty much all trailers come in that format so its unavoidable
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