What's the best video app for mac ?

partyBoy

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hello from miami...i just wanted to know what is the best video app, one that will make video streaming smooth as silk..the only ones i know are : div x,flip4mac and perian,are there more or which one is better from the 3,should i have just one or all 3 :confused:
 

partyBoy

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Gawd. VLC from VLan.org
does vlc work with you tube cause sometimes when i watch you tube it freezes and see the little icon spinning and sometimes i watch online movies and it freezes as well so vlc will help these 2 websites right or not??????
 

partyBoy

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i have bad news i tried downloading VLC but it did not work for me,the app loaded but every time i pressed the play button a error and warning window came out and that app is NOT user friendly i am running tiger 10.4 so i loaded the correct version ??? what happened does any one know ?
 

thegoldenmackid

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i have bad news i tried downloading VLC but it did not work for me,the app loaded but every time i pressed the play button a error and warning window came out and that app is NOT user friendly i am running tiger 10.4 so i loaded the correct version ??? what happened does any one know ??? :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:
Your signature is so annoying. You need to download this version.
 

LeeTom

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To improve your YouTube experience, try ClickToFlash. It disables flash on websites until you click on the flash areas, but for YouTube in particular it changes all the YouTube videos from Flash to H.264 videos that play in a QuickTime Player plugin. Sweet!

I also like VLC, but also have Perian installed so that Quicktime will play nearly all the videos that VLC can, because I like the look of Quicktime X in Snow Leopard.
 

partyBoy

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To improve your YouTube experience, try ClickToFlash. It disables flash on websites until you click on the flash areas, but for YouTube in particular it changes all the YouTube videos from Flash to H.264 videos that play in a QuickTime Player plugin. Sweet!

I also like VLC, but also have Perian installed so that Quicktime will play nearly all the videos that VLC can, because I like the look of Quicktime X in Snow Leopard.
the website sayz its only for safari i dont use safari i use firefox,is there another site for that but for firefox ?
 
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