Viewing film trailers in Broadband

  heavymetalkid 01:14 11 Nov 2005

I've recently switched from dial-up to a 2mg Broadband connection. Tonight I thought I'd watch some new film trailers for the first time.They were in a box approximately two inches by three. Try as I might I couldn't increase the size. Frankly they were a total waste of time...they looked ridiculous. Anyone know how to increase the size? Also,one of them stated I'd have to install Quick Time to view.When I clicked the download box, nothing happened?????

  Skyver 01:29 11 Nov 2005

You're normally given a choice of size, larger taking longer to download obviously, but as you say, you can't change the size once you've chosen. You might want to try Quicktime Alternative rather than Quicktime, I don't think it can be downloaded without ITunes these days.
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  heavymetalkid 01:35 11 Nov 2005

Hey an insomniac like me? I didn't actually choose the postage stamp size,there didn't seem to be any alternatives offered. They all look like midgets!! I wondered if I could bump it up with any monitor settings etc.I'll look for Quicktime Alternative. Thanks pal.

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