• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    h.264 sucks

    • Written by

    I bought quick time pro one month ago. I found my old camera it is 1.3 mega pixels. I made a video, and then I went to the quick time website found the directions on how to make a h.264 movie. I followed the exact steps on how to make a h.264 movie. It took about 20 minutes to finish. The end product was 4 times the size of the original. I played both the versions side by side without the sound and there was barely any difference. I think there is not much improvement in the h.264 codec. I am hoping to see some improvement in there next HD codec.

    6190 of 6927 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great

    • Written by from Hayward

    This product works perfect, maybe a little on the slow side but overall it's great. As for the people who have had so many problems, they are probably a little challenged. Read the instructions and follow them!

    5350 of 5954 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Farmington Hills

    I don't understand why so many people are having difficulties. I use QTP on my Mac and on all three of my PC's and it works fine.

    Read the directions instead of just downloading and installing.

    Stop dissing Mac because you can't follow directions.

    10341 of 11388 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    About QuickTime Pro

    • Written by

    I carefully read all the papers and guess what i love it.thanx ..

    11362 of 12442 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    disgusted and terribly disappointed

    • Written by from Elk Grove

    I should have heeded the warning of my son not to purchase this product. I can only assume most of the positive comments were from Mac users. I spent almost two days tinkering with QT7 Pro with negative result. I could not open the files I'd like to export to my iPod Video. Although, I managed to export a few files, they were only 2-4 seconds in length, and when I played them in iTunes, the screen was blank, and with a note, "NOTHING PLAYING". I called tech support and I did not get any help. I now kinda regret buying this 80GB Ipod Video. I really thought I could use it to save home video files that I can show to relatives and friends. Help anyone!!!

    6403 of 7245 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple Fails Big Time with QT Pro 7

    • Written by from New York

    Bought QTPro and the mpeg2 addin.

    Comments: Need to make videos of bands I work with. As I have a PC, QTPro7 won't let me capture Mini-DV to .mov in one step. Second, converting avi files to MP4, mov takes way too long.... so long it's not practical to think of making a conversion with QTPro - unless I do it overnight. Finally, email video share only works with macs as well. These disasters should be mentioned upfront to the public before they waste their money on QT Pro Software.

    5752 of 6336 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quicktime PRO upgrade

    • Written by from Perth

    Purchased the PRO upgrade for my 14 year son to be able to transfer his DVD music videos to his Video ipod. After 3 hrs we all gave up with trying the software which has got hopeless instructions, is pretty user UN-friendly (in interface terms)and has next to no help or proper tutorials for DVD to ipod video transfers. It was a complete waste of money. We ended up spending a further $39 on an alternative software package that can do what Quicktime PRO should be doing with ease

    7358 of 7948 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great for me

    • Written by from Cambridge

    I read the split reviews and decided to risk the $30. I found that it works great for me. I entered the registration key and was immediately able to convert/compress video. I needed to compress a 15-second clip of 1394x720 monochrome video for work, and the default .mov (H.264 codec) produced an output video with no visible artifacts and a 40:1 compression ratio. True, it did take 170 seconds to compress the video using a new IBM T60p Core Duo 2GB, but it was worth it.

    4799 of 5278 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Why did I buy this product?

    • Written by from Cave Creek

    With all the apple addicts talking about user interface design like they owned the concept and positioning Apple as the great combator against the evil Microsoft Empire, you'd think that Quicktime would be both open and intuitive.

    I've used a lot of video editing, video rendering products over the past year but Quicktime Pro may be the worst - most restrictive/closed and non-intuitive interface ever!

    Perhaps I'm not geeky enough - it is for the true H.264, .mov, .qt, 2 pass, architecture engineer. I just want to save a few .wmv, .rm, and .avi movie file as .mov files.

    Fortunately, they've made it so slow compared to virtually every other product I've ever used, that I can get a lot of yardwork done while it "encodes" video. My wife is real happy with that.

    3731 of 4182 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    This Sucks

    • Written by from Boulder

    I bought QT Pro and am having playback problems. Unfortunately I'm apparently on my own as Apple seems to have no real support for this product. I read through all the material online but it didn't solve my problem. What a waste.

    3726 of 4204 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Horrible Results with Quicktime Pro!

    • Written by from Whites Creek

    It has been a nightmare to try to install Quicktime Pro. Now that I did, it won't work, or works intermittently! All I see are green lines. For a few seconds I saw the movie, then green lines again. I work putting music to videos - I can't believe the shoddy support and unreliability of this product! Now I have to uninstall and re-install again, and if that doesn't work, go back to quicktime 6, which has no support. The tech guy didn't know what it was! It won't let me give a zero rating , so I gave it one star. This stuff is supposed to be easy! Buyer Beware! Ron

    5454 of 5956 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    QuickTime 7 Pro Is Terrible

    • Written by from la Quinta

    I have used QuickTime 6 Pro (PC Windows XP) for many years without difficulty. The new version, that I was forced to buy when I wanted by buy some iTunes, is terrible. When clicking on Export>Options, it crashes...every time. When transcoding from AVI to MPG4 it takes an hour while I have to watch stupid iTunes pop up ads. Apple can do better!

    10981 of 11797 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    What about mpeg-1 and mpeg-2

    • Written by from Crawley

    We bought the pro upgrade so we could convert from mov to mpeg, only to find it will only convert to mpeg-4 and Adobe After Effects will not import mpeg-4.

    This is a huge let-down. After promising so much this product delivers nothing.

    It's great if you want to dump movies on your iPod, but some of us have serious work to do.

    Why no additional CODEC downloads?

    $44.95 down the drain - thanks for nothing Apple !!!

    PS: The ONLY reason I rated this one star is because the forum wouldn't let me choose no stars.

    9964 of 10770 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good for you .......

    • Written by from Elk grove

    Your DVD's on your iPOD VIDEO !!!!!!!!!!!! Enough said .......

    7746 of 8338 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good but not great. It does what it's supposed to.

    • Written by from Louisville

    Based on reading some of the terrible reviews, I almost didn't buy Quicktime 7 Pro for Windows. I'm operating on Windows XP and my system isn't brand new and sometimes is a bit fluky.

    That said,I'm glad I went ahead. The entire upgrade process worked smoothly and was over in less than half an hour. The software isn't completely intuitive and the online help is a bit dense, more like Microsoft, but I very quickly was able to achieve full functionality. Basically, within an hour, I had accomplished all I'll ever want to do with this software.

    One suggestion: When you're first working with the software, use "Save As" at first and work on a copy rather than on an original. That will save you the heartache of ruining your only copy of a precious film.

    6395 of 6903 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    simply the best

    • Written by

    i know about a lot of friends, they are happy with quick time 7 pro for windows, they show de possibilitis and above all the facilitys to work with this program, it is SUPER, and after my experience extraordinary, shortly i will by this program, because you miss it if you dont have it.

    5722 of 6180 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    This is garbage

    • Written by from Brooklyn

    Quicktime 7 Pro for Windows is garbage. It doesn't work. I never had a problem with Quicktime player, but the upgrade does not work at all. It tells me that I have Quicktime Pro installed, but there is no way of accessing it. My computer works well otherwise, and it far exceeds the minimum specifictions for the program. And tech support? Forget about it. Once they have your money, they don't give a ____. $30 bleeping THROWN OUT. Please be warned!!!! Zero stars.

    5520 of 6036 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


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    This is a great product. Im an Apple Fanboy

    8298 of 8965 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Slow to Export. Won't Open AVI.

    • Written by from Pleasanton

    I bought this product so I could export some MOV files (on xp). It takes forever compared to other software, exporting to other formats. 3 hrs now and 21% of a 5 minute clip.

    I also tried to open some AVI files. Every other piece of software opens them fine, but Quicktime only opens the soundtrack.

    Compared to other products, the support documentation is sparse.

    8365 of 9078 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Can't get it to work...

    • Written by from Austin

    I just bought and installed QuickTime Pro for Windows XP but something seems to be missing, in parts, yet in the Control Panel, it says that it's upgraded to QuickTime Pro. I've been searching the web, etc., reinstalled QuickTime 7.1, etc. but am not getting anywhere. I'm trying to create a QuickTime movie with QuickTime movie clips and add sound. Yet, I feel totally lost and am about to give up! I really wish there was a tech/teach support number to call. I'm a regular computer user but am very frustrated with this. Maybe it's a firewall issue, or something obvious that I'm missing, but, it's useless as is.

    6974 of 7684 people found this useful