Quicktime or Windows Media?

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#1 BobSacamento
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Which is better to use for like streaming videos off of websites. Im watching some crysis movies here and they each seem to have their benefits.

 

I can't figure out how to get fullscreen with quicktime, can you?

 

It seems that in general, the quicktime file is somewhat larger, does this mean its better quality? 

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#2 jobano
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I use them both, last I checked you need to pro version to go full screen.
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Windows Media, I hate Quicktime. You can't use fullscreen unless you pay for the Pro version which is pretty dumb if you ask me since every other media player offers that for free. :|
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#4 JLM4152
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I prefer to use Windows Media Player. I find Quicktime to be a pain in the butt if you don't have the pro version.