I don't know if this is somehow solvable, but here it goes:
I have a few password protected Quick Time video files that I'd like to watch under linux as well (Mint 4.0, fully updated for instance).
Under Windows I can open the QuickTime player settings (using QT Alternative 2.20) and there's a dialog in there that let's me put in the passwords required to watch these certain files.
Is it somehow possible to do under linux? I have installed mplayer & vlc, but in both I can't find any such option.
Does anybody know if it's feasible at all? I mean, it's not so often that you come across protected video content I guess. But maybe I'm wrong on this assumption, since QT doesn't provide the option for nothing it would seem.