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QuickTime Player X Preference Pane... The new version of QuickTime included with Snow Leopard (called QuickTime Player X) is almost a complete overhaul of the previous version, from the look and feel of the application windows right down to the preferences menu (or lack thereof). If you were looking to change some options but don't know where to start, our Preference Pane can help you enable or disable many of QuickTime's features.

What's New

Version 1.2:
  • Added a menu option to show the movie inspector window upon launching a new movie.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.6 or later

*Previously available here

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Sleek Member IconComment+35
Sleek
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Broken Download link and no downloads on Developer's site either.

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Version 1.2
Ptrix Member IconReview+5
Ptrix
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This is great software, but there's one feature that it could use that I feel would make it even more useful. If there were a way to enable transparency of the on-screen controller, (so that it won't completely obscure the image underneath it when accessing it), it would be perfect. I DO realize that that's probably something that the developer can't alter, as this pref panel modifies the hidden QTX preference options, but it would be welcomed if it were at all possible.

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Version 1.2
Libertyforall1776 Member IconComment+1130
Libertyforall1776
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Needs to Enable QuickTime Transparency, ala the ancient Apple TV Mac OS 9 application! Then I could have a QT video streaming as a background desktop... Please add this!

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Version 1.2
::mile:: Member IconComment+142
::mile::
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I was glad that I found this and while it seems to work okay on the Mac mini it's totally useless on the MacBook Pro…! It just won't remember any of the settings, no matter how many times I change them…! So everything is stuck on "Enabled" and whenever I open a web page that has a few movies on it they all start automatically playing…! Drives me nuts…

Does anyone have a suggestion on how to fix this…? Thanks…

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Version 1.0
Lesm
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Same here. Settings do not stick, at least not on my machine (Early 2008 MacPro, upgraded 10.5>10.6.1).

luminous Member IconReview+43
luminous
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Well that's great!
If you add the missing "A/V Controls" I would pay for your little prefpane-app!

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Version 1.0
Rod76 Member IconComment+19
Rod76
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I hope Apple doesn't put the kibosh on this since the Dev is using the actual Quicktime X icon.

Other than that, great Preference Pane. A big thank you to the Dev!

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Version 1.0
blablabla@dodgit.com Member IconComment+71
blablabla@dodgit.com
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...did mess up my QTPlayerX, had to delete the preferences. None of the settings worked, it was like the options are wrong labeled or something like that. I had it only for the actual user installed. OS X Language german.

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Version 1.0
blablabla@dodgit.com
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I guess you have to quit the Player before changing values :) it certainly does not work if the app is active while changing values.

droopysignal Member IconReview+11
droopysignal
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Works fine here. However, I have not tested the simultaneous recording. NIce to see it's 64 bit too!

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Version 1.0
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Version 1.2
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Version 1.2
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Downloads 25,842
Version Downloads 18,817
License Free
Date 04 Dec 2009
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price Free