If I right-click on it I can select "Open with" and then select
"Quicktime"... but not everyone in the world knows about
right-clicking (at least, I know my parents don't!).

Either way, it's evil of them to code it so that it automatically
opens in iTunes.  In Windows, iTunes is MUCH different... it's like a
hyperactive child that forces you to pay attention to him (ie. it's
difficult to use any other programs while iTunes is running).  The
reason being that iTunes for Windows is programmed so that it has a
whole bunch of redundant code to make it LOOK like it's being played
on a Mac... 

This is why I hate the fact that the default program to open .m4v
files is iTunes.  

Time to go home and edit.  Y'all have a great weekend!

--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Pete Prodoehl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Ms. Kitka wrote:
> > Word.  Everyone keeps telling me that I should buy a Mac... as if
> > working on a superpowerful Dell PC is a bad thing.  Apparently, Robert
> > Rodriguez works on a PC, so that makes me feel a little less like an
> > outcast.
> > 
> > The reason I hate .m4v files so much is for the sole reason that the
> > default settings opens it in iTunes.  For the last time, Mr. Jobs, I
> Isn't this easy to change in Windows... It's pretty simple on a Mac. ;)
> Pete
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