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QuickTime is dead on the web. Apple stopped making the browser plugin because all browsers (including Safari) stopped supporting it.
I'm afraid Muse is not ideal for building advanced coding projects.
Thanks, Nancy. Very helpful.
I'm afraid my citing QT was a reflex action. I'm an old Apple guy and use the term as a synonym for "digital video." As I understand it, Apple's current QT functionality will kick out video under a number of codecs, as needed. Been a while since I've wandered those woods, but researching DV formats should be a relatively easy.
Fortunately, the pages in question don't have to be responsive, which makes the DW idea more plausible. I've sized the artwork for a 1028 px min width page and am willing to apologize to folks on phone browsers.
I still wouldn't turn down a Muse solution, though, if someone happens to know of a widget with miraculously appropriate functionality...