Well, Stan, that depends on the player software you have on your computer!
If you've got the Quicktime player, you should be able to play MOVs and MP4s.
You won't be able to play other hi-def formats unless you have the necessary software or a BluRay video player on your computer.
Steve, is there any software you would recommend to play the .m2t files?
Sorry, I don't.
Even a Google search turns up a lot of people with the same challenge.
Maybe a hi-def expert will chime in with the answer. Otherwise, you can try posting to the Muvipix forum. You'll always get a quick answer there:
Media Player Classic or VLC Media Player will play the .m2t files.
Though not freeware, as those two great little players that Paul_LS mentions, Nero Vision will play them fine, as well.
As for the preview of HD material during Capture, neither PE, nor PrPro allows for this. As you note, all is fine with the Capture, but it's a display situation. I would anticipate that this will be added with CS5 or PE8 - but that is only a guess.
Paul, Media Player Classic works great. Thanks!
Hunt, thanks for clarifying the capture viewing issue.
I LOVE HD!!!