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This will make the file read only, so QuickTime cannot write to it. [robg adds: In testing this hint, I first tried setting the General system preferences to show 0 recent documents, but it has no impact on QuickTime Player. You could also make this change in the Finder by selecting the file, choosing File -> Get Info, and clicking the QuickTime features advanced video compression technology called to deliver brilliant, crisp HD video using less bandwidth and storage. Just launch QuickTime Player, and there's no telling