• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth it.

    If you are thinking of purchasing QuickTime 7 Pro, make sure you know exactly what comes in it and what you plan on using it for. When it says "capture video" it means from a webcam, and "save video from internet" it means a very limited amount of videos, aka not any video from the web.

    This is not what I paid for nor was it what I expected.

    1219 of 1622 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    Quicktime worked great for a time. Now it is the cause of my computer crashing. I think apple is spending too much time on iphone and not enough to make sure other products work.(yes I have the latest update)
    Thumbs down. I want my money back.

    881 of 1071 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    I use QuickTime because it plays movies full screen on the TV from my Mac Mini without stuttering, unlike iTunes which occasionally stutters and causes my 20 month old to scream in that oh so ear piercing pitch that only little children can produce, and that causes my 6 month old to start crying. I cannot believe that a program like QuickTime Pro doesn't have the simple capability to create a playlist. I backed up all my son's DVD's to our Time Capsule so I could play his movies without having to constantly switch the DVD's, but this isn't much of an improvement. I could have stayed with the free version if I knew Pro couldn't create a playlist either.

    792 of 955 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Problem with QuickTime Pro Key Registration

    I upgraded to QickTime Pro (already have QickTime on new Mac Pro) received an email with the name and KEY -- several attempts to register, but keep getting INVALID KEY - closed QuickTime and tried again same result, restarted system and tried several more times with same result - attempted "Apple" key and f at same time and get the message I need to upgrad to get the full screen feature --- I just upgraded, now what???????

    811 of 1073 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't Work for me Either

    I too did exactly as the e-mail said. I cut and pasted my code to make sure it was exact, and my name as well. It says QuickTime Pro on the area where you enter the code, but none of the upgraded keys are highlighted and so I can't use any of the features. Therefore a one star rating.

    Frustrating and I don't look forward to hours on the phone getting to a techie. Any suggestions?

    727 of 924 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Why does anyone need QuickTime Pro?

    Since my first QuickTime Pro 3 I have had to upgrade to the next Pro level because every time the update comes in, it gets rid of the Pro. I never could use Pro for very long until I figured out what Apple was doing to me. I don't think the upgrade to Pro is worth anything. Other products can do the same thing without all the problems ... from the key not working right ... to finding where QuickTime Pro went to after an update.

    634 of 756 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Buyer Beware!

    After spending the better part of a day trying to convert a set of digital photos into a slide show with accompanying music from iTunes using Quicktime 7 Pro, including reading the sparse information on slideshows in the Quicktime manual (that is focused almost exclusively on movies), I was unsuccessful. The Apple promo info on the Quicktime pages makes it seem like producing a slideshow is a piece of cake. I finally resorted to calling AppleCare Support only to discover that Quicktime Pro is classified as a "pro" product that requires a fee of $200.00 from a 3rd party technical support company. Despite having AppleCare Support and Apple's statement of support for any Apple software purchased from Apple for 90 days after purchase, there is no mention of the additional and exorbitant fee for technical support for its "Pro" products. The least Apple should do is include a mention of this on its web site and beef up its manual for Quicktime 7 to provide more information and examples for converting digital photos to slideshows.

    566 of 653 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    I gave 30$ for nothing

    I upgraded the software as I couldnt open some file formats including my movies from Sony camcoder.I still can't open those with the pro version so it was useless.

    587 of 732 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    very limited

    Not a very useful tool. There are more flexible format converters out there that are available for free or for a nominal fee. I have tried to use QT several times, but there are too many formats it cannot read or export to.

    497 of 575 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Flat out doesn't work for converting .mov to .wmv

    I bought this product to convert .mov files to .wmv. The feature is present but it doesn't work. I had a five minute video and it would convert at most 25 seconds of it. Tried multiple times - each time a different result but never a success.

    I should have stuck with the free version

    550 of 693 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    doesn't work

    After buying QT Pro for Mac, paying, registering and then opening QT movies, all the editing tools remain greyed-out and do not work. What a waste of $33!
    Frustrated at this Windows-like process.

    677 of 955 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    What a piece of junk!

    It won't play hardly any formats except QT. There appears to be no plug-ins that would allow playback of other formats. Mac's are the best computers: why are they inextricablty linked to this rotten viewer? I guess Apple just can't pass up another opportunity to shoot itself in it's foot again. Oh well. I doubt you'll see this review, critical comments aren't allowed.

    578 of 757 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    quicktime crash on vista ultimate

    every time that i try to hint a movie, an error 46 come up and then my pc crashes and restart...

    same quicktime software does not behave like this on a XP pro machine

    736 of 1080 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    what did I get?

    I bought this to convert other formats, like it says it does, but so far have not found ONE other format that it would convert for me to use. In fact, I was just given a project to burn some copies of a training video someone had recorded on a new video camera that records directly to a hard drive (no tape), and I can't open any of the files. MPEG-2. Now I have to drop another $20 to convert them? Quicktime Pro, for me, was a waste of my money.

    558 of 738 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    QuickTime Pro

    Bought it, downloaded it and it does not recognize it!

    430 of 502 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    Disappointed in the lack of features. Not enough bang for the upgrade buck.

    501 of 665 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Waste of money for format conversions!

    Literature states "Export to over a dozen different video and audio formats." Too bad none can address the audio problems encountered when importing video clips from iPhoto to iMovie. There's a reason this product is non-refundable!
    There is plenty of freeware that will do the job nicely.

    461 of 602 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not sure what the upgrade gave me.

    Agree with many other reviewers. Still can't e-mail these video files and get others to be able to open them, there is no indication that I even have Pro when I look at "About" QT Player. $30 down the toilet?

    489 of 668 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    Because of the excellent stability and performance of the Apple Mac platform, I am not often inclined to criticize...

    This whole Quicktime X/Quicktime 7/Quicktime Pro upgrade is a train wreck. With Snow Leopard as the OS, you have install Quicktime 7 from the OS installation CD and then unlock the Pro functionality using the Pro registration key. This process is a bit kludgy considering Apple's normal attention to ease of use.

    The big problem is that unlocked Quicktime 7 Pro reverts to Player for some strange reason. I have not spent any time figuring out this obvious defect--and I shouldn't need to. Attention Apple, fix this nonsensical process or issue a refund; this is the sort of issue I would expect to encounter on a Wintel platform, not Mac.

    314 of 337 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Video encoding bug. Audio gets out of sync with video.

    I wanted to create video podcast. When encoding simple videos through iSight, the video gets out of sync with the audio after only a few minutes. I see a lot of people having this problem and so far no good solution.

    I tried external firewire camera as well. No luck. Playing back previously created content may be ok. But encoding simply does not work right (I have brand new MacBook Pro).

    343 of 404 people found this useful