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Viewing Quicktime Movies
View a video/multimedia presentations using the latest version of Apple's Quicktime (which is a free download and works on PCs or Macs.)
Download Quicktime 7 free at http://www.apple.com/quicktime

Quicktime 7 Requirements: Mac OS 10.3.9 and later
or QuickTime 7 with iTunes 6 for Windows 2000/XP.

For more assistance view our help section, go here.

FAQ/Help Section:

Any of the multimedia/video clips can be viewed using the latest version of various media players such as Quicktime and Windows Media Player. The files are available for your viewing in Quicktime format.

A FREE PC or Mac version of Quicktime is available for download at http://www.apple.com/quicktime. Additional information about Quicktime can also be found in Apple's Quicktime FAQ section.

You can also use the latest version of Windows Media Player to view these multimedia/video clips. Download it free.

Additional information about Windows Media Player can also be found in the FAQ section.

Macintosh users will need a Quicktime Plugin for the Windows Media Player that is available in the Windows Media Player for Mac section.