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We have noticed that Apple's QuickTime player often throws audio and video out of sync. We don't know why, but if you Google this problem, you will see a lot of people talking about it. We recommend watching movies with VLC [1] instead, as this usually fi...
Yes! We have a special HTML 5 version of our site that loads when you access it from your iPad or iPhone/iPod. You can stream our movies directly to those devices. Additionally, we create special iPad/iPhone versions of our downloadable movies. You ...
Yes, you can download the videos. They are DRM free and you can keep them forever. If you distribute them, I will hunt you down. :)
If you are using Windows, please use VLC [1] instead of Windows Media Player. Also, try installing Haali [2], as it contains the codecs that Windows is missing, which will help it play QuickTime files more reliably. Links: ------ [1] http://www.videolan....
This is usually due to your software not being updated with the most recent codecs (the way your program decodes the movie and plays it). Update to the latest version of QuickTime [1]. Or, better yet, use VLC [2], as it is a much better video player. Lin...
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