so kmplayer, wmplayer, any other video player, any other software can and will turn of the display except for quicktime ?
I would not know about the "other" players since I only use QT 7, QT X, and VLC.
is this happening on mac also ? if u watch a movie ur screen turns off every 10 minutes because thats the setting in the control panel ?
No, as already mentioned, Mac users usually do one of the following:
1) Reset system display timeout to more than the length of the movie or "Never",
2) Use an add-on utility app to temporarily suspend the system display timeout from the menu bar before starting the movie,
3) Use event triggering (e.g., moving or clicking the mouse) to reset timeout clock, or
4) AirPlay the movie on another device, monitor, or HDTV.
Have you considered sending feedback to Apple requesting a Windows QT player enhancement to prevent the display timeout if you don't like the way the player currently works?
I'm 99% certain this is a joke..
Not at all. This forum is for the exchange of information between users—not direct communication to Apple personnel. If you wish to point out a bug or request a specific enhancement, then use the appropriate Apple Feedback form. For QuickTime specific feedback, go to the QuickTime Feedback page.