QuikTime FS
QuikTime FS
1.6

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QuikTime FS free download for Mac

QuikTime FS

1.6
28 October 2006

Play QT movies in fullscreen mode.

Overview

The free version of QuickTime Player will not play full-screen movies. QuikTime FS is an application that when run enables people who own the free version of QuickTime Player to play their movies in full screen mode!

What's new in QuikTime FS

Version 1.6 is a Universal Binary and also provides just a "button" for those not wanting to clutter their desktop.

Requirements for QuikTime FS

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later

7 QuikTime FS Reviews

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Anonymous
16 January 2005

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I'd rename this if I were you. Calling your application "QuickTime" is probably a violation of Apple's trademarks, patent, and/or copyright.
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Version 1.0
Mac-xcoder
25 October 2006
If you want a PPC version of this app you can download it and all of my other apps with this link... http://macweaver.com/downloads/MacWeaver.zip MW
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Version 1.5
Freese1
24 October 2006
Neat app, but I'll stay with Clip Show from Mr. Peter Maurer, as expected from him, an amazing application. http://www.petermaurer.de/nasi.php?section=clipshow
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Version 1.5
Joe Weaver
23 August 2005
QuikTime FS now works with Tiger and QuickTime Player 7. Sorry it took me so long to correct this issue, but I just got back from the Persian Gulf about 3 weeks ago!
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Version 1.2
Joe Weaver
25 May 2005
QuikTime FS doesn't work with OSX 10.4 Tiger. You can thank Apple for changing the command for the full screen option. I am currently out to sea in the Persian Gulf so I can't work on the issue. Once I get back home in July I'll work at fixing it. If any of you know the command line to make QuickTime go full screen let me know and I'll fix it right away!
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
19 January 2005
While I think it's fine for someone to post an application (esp. a free one) that takes advantage of this hidden QuickTime feature, I think everyone should know how easy this is to do yourself. I found this on the internet (possibly even here in a comment at MacUpdate). Just create this AppleScript: tell application "QuickTime Player" activate present end tell I've bound that AppleScript to the F5 key when QuickTime Player is the active app (using Keyboard Maestro). Then, I can activate full-screen whenever I want, right from QuickTime, and don't have to remember to open the movie first in a separate app like this.
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Version 1.1
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Joe Weaver
Joe Weaver
19 January 2005
First off I am glad that you appreciate developers posting free software. That script may be easy to you, but not everyone knows how to use AppleScript. That's why I wrote it.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
18 January 2005
Just what I was looking for, thank you very much. Who cares what its called it does the only extra thing that free quicktime should do. I will be recommending this to all my friends...
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
16 January 2005
I'd rename this if I were you. Calling your application "QuickTime" is probably a violation of Apple's trademarks, patent, and/or copyright.
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Version 1.0
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Joe Weaver
Joe Weaver
16 January 2005
There are several other programs with the name QuickTime "whatever", however if anyone from Apple contacts me I will be more than glad to change the name. No big deal.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
16 January 2005
think of the "reason" behind the law dude. you are tricking people into thinking it's an official product.
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Version 1.0
Joe Weaver
Joe Weaver
16 January 2005
I'm not trying to trick anyone. The program won't work without QuickTime Player. What would I be trying to trick someone out of? The program is free! Anyhow, I submitted a change to the name to prevent any trouble in the future. The change should take place sometime today.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
18 January 2005
this application is called quiK time, not quiCK time
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Version 1.1
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