Stretch(Zoom) in iTunes

I've loaded iTunes U video clip  and play in itunes  ,but I didn't see a zoom button to stretch that video on my macBook Pro.
It's only appear on Quicktime player .
I don't need a black bar on the left or right screen . for 4:3 clips.
How to solve this problem?  Just add a little button and some Quicktime feature.
It's useless to have a 16:9 screen display on macBook, if you cannot use .

Except in pretty rare cases, the people reading and responding in this forum are just other Apple product users like you and Apple probably won't see your comment here. Apple doesn't use the Apple Discussions forums for garnering product feedback or suggestions since this intended to be an end-user to end-user (i.e., users like you helping other users) technical issue support feature. You should send feedback via:
http://www.apple.com/feedback/ - Apple products feedback links
You should realize you can already do what you wish.  OSX does have Universal Access (in System Preferences) which lets you magnify any view in any application, and you can adjust your monitor resolution to generally display a smaller area in a larger size.

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