It movie itself is just an Apple Quicktime file, so there shouldn't be any problem viewing the movie. I imagine that the installer that checks your operating system supports OS X, but there's only one way to find out.TOPGUN750 said:Will this work on Mac OS X? What kind of file is it?
If it is just a QT file why can't some brave soul that has done the install post the video to ET?ChrisB said:I strongly second Roadrunner's assessment. I would never go to some random web site and download something that has to be installed, or even executed. Those in the IT profession will understand, but for those who only use computers, you should know that the threats lurking out there are almost beyond belief and rapidly getting worse.
And, I'm not paranoid, I deal with them every day. The threats are steadily moving from kids defacing web sites for kicks to organized crime schemes with huge profit motives.
I'm sorry, but you don't have any way of knowing "it was fine". Like I said, historically, intrusions were for the purpose of doing immediate damage and letting you know they had the power to destroy some or all of your computer data. They got their kicks from demonstrating their power over you. Their objectives today are do whatever they can to prevent you knowing you have been had. They generally want one of two things:hugo said:I downloaded and although it took some time it was fine