Version 4 or later of the QuickTime™ plug-in is required. If
you do not see a message, or
you see the Windows Media Player Icon (Windows Media Player
will try to play the movie but will often fail), install the QuickTime™ plug-in. Click here
Special note to Mac 8.6-9.x users: If you have the QuickTime™ plug-in, version 4 or later, and a compatible browser but are still experiencing trouble running
QuickTime™ movies, your computer may not have enough memory allocated to the
browser. FOSS's recommends that your browser's preferred memory be set to 24,000
K or more.
To change your browser's memory, follow these steps.
Choose Quit in the File menu in your browser to close the application.
Locate the original browser application on your hard drive. If
you customarily access the browser using an alias and are unsure where the
original application is, hold down the Control key and click once on the alias.
Choose Show Original on the menu.
Click once on the application to select it. Under the File menu,
choose Get Info and select Memory.
Type 24000 into the Minimum Size box. Type 24000 or more into the
Preferred Size box. (If you can't type into the boxes, the application is
still open. Using the application menu in the upper right corner, select your
browser again and choose Quit from the File menu.)
Close the information window and relaunch your browser.