• 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Masrur Hossain

    Was very good for my macs but not so good for windows.

    53 of 60 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick Time Pro 7.7.1

    For what I'm doing QT Pro 7 is ok. Giving 3 stars.
    This is more of a amateur tool.
    Not a Pro tool as one may imagine that it would be. It could be improved if Apple ever decides to do so.
    Works good for me although It would be nice "in editing" if you could precisley remove the frame you want to remove from your movie.
    If your looking for a product that is fine tuned and precise, keep looking...

    560 of 603 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    help full??

    its super hard to use and makes its slow. but when u get it down its really good but its not a $30 product.

    403 of 454 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    I've had better.

    First of all, $29 is really affordable for editing software, so that's a plus for Quicktime Pro, unfortunately I've had better video quality results with various freeware downloads.(They just didn't contain the amount of import/export formats as quicktime does)

    A big issue for me is video quality, when I export a video to an image sequence (TGA, TIFF) the quality is sub-par. There are very limited options when exporting, and even with no compression turned on, the result is unacceptable.

    Quicktime is great if you just want to export files to different formats, quickly cut and edit videos and image quality isn't a huge issue for you. However, there are free software products out there that have better results.

    1594 of 1789 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Useful extras with the upgrade, but expensive

    I had QT 7 then upgraded to Pro, paying the price shown, but when activating it I had issues with it accepting my serial number.

    QT Pro is good if you need to save files, which is not an option with the regular QT.....but, if you want the extras, you have to pay. If they want people to use Quicktime more than Windows Media, then they should stop charging people just so they can view a video. It's a scam just like all Internet stuff. They get you used to QT, then once you are comfortable with it, they start charging......GRRRR....doesn't Apple have enough money already? Good product, but watch out for the charges to get extra stuff...which comes standard on Windows Media Players.

    3071 of 3356 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    ITunes & QT Pro

    I build my PC with Win Vista Ultimate. After installing ITunes my Win Experience index downgraded from a 5.1 to 4.0. ITunes is crashing/freezing (Not often with out QT Pro. I believe software geeks output is good, but it's not properly tested before distribution due to the high demamd of cyberg electronic. So if you are not a Pro don get it. It does work but is not friendly!

    5313 of 5607 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    7 pro

    i love this it works and is great

    976 of 1200 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not what I expected...

    The general discription of this product leads you to believe that it is professional software for that lets you do more with your media. It is just that, but it has A LOT of flaws. First, the interface and menus are so confusing that it makes it nearly impossible to get anything done. Also, in there are glitches in the software. In the movie properties menu, in visual settings, the whole transormation option is completely useless. When trying to change the offset or size, nothing happens, unless you click "preserve aspect ratio about 3 times. Then, when you exit the menu, your changes reset about every other time. The export menu is okay, but being able to only use 1 effect per movie is extremely lame. Also, the formats that you can convert to and from are not formats that people us or want to change in any way. The audio recorder gives me errors, so that is also useless. The only good feature is its ability to turn text into chapter marks. This software seems like is was quickly and sloppily ported to windows. Basically, if you own mac this software is great. If you don't own a mac, don't waste your time or money.

    4860 of 5417 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    the satisfacion for a new product for me


    7922 of 8792 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Its Kinda Good and Kinda Bad...

    QuickTime has many cool features that make it stand out but it also has some features that are not good... like Speed! Many people want a fast and accurate converter to convert thier videos very fast and also very good, QuickTime is good in Quality but very very slow sometimes... Apple should make QuickTime for PC users be compatible with Hardware Components to make it fast like ATI or NVIDIA. I think QuickTime is going to be very good, we just have to give apple some time to think of the things that quicktime needs. For People who are not sure if you should buy or not, Check out the other peoples Reviews and see what they have to say or just learn for yourself in the Quicktime website.

    3227 of 3558 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Works better on the Mac

    I have QuickTime 7 Pro for both Windows XP and the Mac. So far it has been very stable on OS X. However, on Windows XP (both Pro and Home) it crashes during playback of mpeg 4 videos if I go in or out of full screen mode. This happens fairly regularly on two different Windows XP machines.

    1577 of 1728 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Does what I need.

    I was a bit leary about QT Pro after reading the overwhemingly negative reviews. I need QT Pro strictly for compressing QTRef. movies from my editing system and it seems to do a good job at it. Not as good as Sorensen Squeeze but it's a tenth of the price...
    I was put off by the itunes baggage that comes with it. I stopped downloading once because I thought I had the wrong product. Apple would be better off bundling that stuff somewhere else.

    1296 of 1431 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick TIme 7 Pro

    It's a wonderfull tool but should be something provided when you buy the new ipods that also play dvd/movies.

    This is a hidden/extra cost to you when it should not be.

    The price/cost of my wife's birthday present was actually $330.00 and not $300.00 because I had to buy QuickTime 7 Pro ($30.00) to be able to play movies on the Ipod.

    3370 of 3534 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Do NOT Buy, this application still need work.

    This is truely a great application, but for most computer it will not work. I hate to say this since apple is such a fine company, but it still needs work. The buffer may not always pick up the information that you need for your media. I have tried using this player to run on my companies servers, and it crashed our systems because it couldn't pick up data fast enough. And we have a T3 connection. If you really want a top of the line media player, just wait until QT8 HIGH DEFINITION is up for download.

    638 of 738 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Pros & Cons (But It Worked...Barely)

    I was close to not buying this because I read all of the negative reviews, but it worked fine for me.

    There are definitely pros and cons to this program. It's not as great as Apple claims, but it does barely do what they claim is does.


    I found the instructions very easy to understand, and I had the whole setup process complete in under 10 minutes.

    I only used the program to put videos on my iPod, and it worked like a charm. I only downloaded quicktime files, so I can't say how it worked for other formats, but for putting quicktime movie trailers on the iPod, it worked just fine.


    That being said, I must say that it is ridiculously over-priced and should have been included with the purchase of a $300 iPod in the first place. The only other problem is the speed to convert a song to the correct format to put it on the iPod. For a 2 minute movie trailer, it took about 5-10 minutes to convert the movie. If you were adding bigger files, plan on giving it plenty of time.

    Overall, 3/5 stars for price and slowness, but it barely does what Apple claims it will do, so I'd say buy it if you want to get quicktime format movies on your video iPod.

    651 of 736 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    This isnt as bad as they say

    If you are getting this to convert some of your videos to iPod format, its really not that bad as long as you follow the directions they give you. but if your using this as a media player, its terrible. it lags and will freeze up your computer. (and this is a good comp im running it on) youd be better off going and downloading some cheap player you find off of google

    1231 of 1350 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Too awkward to handle in XP Windows

    Admitedly I am still new to Quicktime Pro. Yet to get going with it. Full screen is too long and blocks your task bar. This may be just a tweek somewhere.Hotkey is my (escape) from that.This is still early, to be fair.
    It seems with most players today you will need a licence to drive it.This one is no different.What happened to plug and play?

    478 of 540 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Quiktime?huh?more like a LONGTIME!

    its taking me over an hour just to turn a simple 3 minute mpeg music video into mp4 format! and after all that time i finaly put it onto my ipod and guess what? there was no audio! and it was realy bad quality! worse than what the quicktime player showed! i thought making video frames smaller sharpened them, anyways maybe i'm just doing this wrong i just got it 5 hours ago and am still trying to figure it out i'm just hoping this doesn't only work with movie files if so, i wasted my money. there are tons of programs out there that offer free trials for there file format converters and let me tell you changing a music video into mp4 format took less than a minute with just the demo! I'm pretty disapointed, but i guess all the other stuff would be useful for people who actualy need it, but hello! this program will be bought by mostly ipod video owners, you'd think they'd make the most important features better!

    237 of 273 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    No audio from MPEG muxed files

    It seems I missed the point about not being able to convert MPEG Muxed files to ipod or MPEG4 format when buying the software - assuming it was written down somewhere. Basically pro 7 plays the file and will convert the video, however, it cannot recognise the audio. As most small new internet movies, such as film trailers, are in a muxed format then this appears to be a bit of a drop off.
    Is the add-on MPEG2 convertor the answer at an additional $19.99? It's too much to find out.

    136 of 153 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    does not work with "muxed" files

    some of the videos i tried converting to my ipod transferred without audio, because the file was "MPEG1 Muxed" or "MPEG2 Muxed," which quicktime pro cannot convert. if you have these type of files, don't get this program. get the PQ DVD or ImTOO programs instead.

    68 of 74 people found this useful