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I wanted to know if there's a way to have Quicktime tell me how much longer a particular video will last, instead of telling me how long the video's been playing?


Within Windows XP.


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If you use Miro to play Quicktime MOV files, it has both the times showing, one on each end of the status bar.

And it's a lot less annoying than Quicktime.  

And it's free.

http://www.getmiro.com

and it's better! - they also do movie capture and conversion for free too.  
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Can't you just click on the elapsed time for it to switch to time remaining?
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