In addition, you can watch streaming content from available sites that broadcasts movies. inMotion can play: MPEG, AVI, DivX in conjunction with DivX Player and VCDs. It also reads MP3s if you have QuickTime 4.0 installed. As for AVI and ASFs, AVI files can be read, but some of them need a special codec that's not available in the QuickTime architecture. The only way to get those files to work under a Mac is by having the correct extensions installed, like Indeo Video 5.
inMotion features a slider for volume control, and a control for advancing or rewinding the movie. You can use the default color for background or choose black or white. Clicking on the + button will change the viewer to full-screen.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
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