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  1. #1 M-problems 
    Forum Ph.D. Heinsbergrelatz's Avatar
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    okay i am currently using Mac, and i am really hopeless at IT related stuffs. Anyway when 9i go to the original millenium prize webpage, i can see that all the problems are listed on the right side of the site. now i click on each of them, and there ae associated lectures with it. i click that, then instead of playing the lecture, rather this quicktime player symbol player thing comes out. Any idea how i can watch these lectures on mac?


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    It sounds like you need either the Quicktime (or quicktime alternative) codecs, or the Quicktime plugin. You should be able to find them with google fairly easily, and I'd be surprised if they don't exist for Mac. (Try the codecs first.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinsbergrelatz
    okay i am currently using Mac, and i am really hopeless at IT related stuffs. Anyway when 9i go to the original millenium prize webpage, i can see that all the problems are listed on the right side of the site. now i click on each of them, and there ae associated lectures with it. i click that, then instead of playing the lecture, rather this quicktime player symbol player thing comes out. Any idea how i can watch these lectures on mac?
    I have never been able to get the videos to play on a PC. Read the official problem statements. the pdf works just fine.
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    indeed the pdf's work fine, and i have tried reading the full descriptions of the problem, BUT i had few difficulties understanding the whole thing. So maybe i thought lectures would help.
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