QuickTime Video Playback Better Than iTunes

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by booblanco, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. booblanco

    booblanco Active Member

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    I've noticed lately that the quality of fullscreen videos played using QuickTime is a lot better than iTunes.

    I've been playing Apple - Get a Mac ads on both apps and it's obvious that the video quality of iTunes looks washed-out and pale, whereas it's well-saturated and vivid on QuickTime. I remember that video quality was identical in both apps before iTunes v7 came out.

    I wonder if anyone's noticed this also.
     
  2. chmod_777

    chmod_777 Guest

    I've never noticed this, and now you've got me curious...

    How do you watch the Get a Mac ad on iTunes? I know you can hit up the Apple website to watch the videos there (I just watched them via Safari), but I'm not sure how you'd watch these on iTunes...
     

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