• 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from tonganoxie

    this the coolest product in the world

    1645 of 1756 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    IT WORKS FINE... you just have to play with it

    • Written by from Austintown

    The only reason this product does not get 5 stars is that I did have to mess with settings for about 20 minutes until I got what I wanted...

    Specifically, when exporting to AVI, us the "DV PAL" compression instead of the Cinepak compression and make the quality "Best". It looks just as good as the QT version.

    1634 of 1740 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Buffer overrun

    • Written by from Malmo

    Quicktime did indeed install after i finally succeeded uninstalling the previous 7 version.

    And now i cannot play a mp4 file without having a Buffer Overrun problem.

    Could Apple please fix this problem.

    A Buffer Overrun in the Visual C++ Runtime Library on an WinXP with SP2 on a version 7 product!
    Is this a joke?

    (One star seems to be a minimum, although a non working product should not get any star)

    I am furious after being set back $29.95 with a non-functional product.

    1726 of 1930 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    No DV Capture

    • Written by from Independence

    Bought this product for its DV capture capabilities. Apple says "Capture Audio/Video... Use a FireWire camera to capture video footage and/or audio and quickly edit ..." (see /quicktime/pro). Ha! It doesn't do that! Everything is grayed out on the menus. Buried on the FAQ page is this note: "* QuickTime 7 Pro for Windows currently supports audio capture only." Thanks, Apple, for truthfulness in advertising -- NOT. QuickTime is coming off of my computer today; and I'll be contacting my credit card company, and disputing this charge.

    1622 of 1732 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Waldron

    This product wont even play my MPEG-4 files and thats the reaon i purchased it! I'm very upset, and I'm going to share it with everyone I can!

    1788 of 2066 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Maybe it's okay

    • Written by

    I got QT Pro to make H.264 and IPOD conversions of exisiting files. On my first attemps, it crashed with a buffer overrun error. Then I simply WAITED after opening the file for QT to fill its buffers. Then I could proceed with the conversions. The output quality is good and the interface simple. The bug is irritating and could be fixed with a simple "busy..." message. But QT Pro is useable and versatile. Many many conversions and settings available. No video or audio enhancement options such as color correction or volume but what do you expect for $29?

    1615 of 1732 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    bad software

    • Written by from College Park

    i expect software i pay for to work. however, this program freezes constantly and doesn't convert my xvid files. i'm very disappointed and wish i had my money back.

    1863 of 2234 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    This product is useless. Dont buy.

    • Written by from Preston

    I have a Panasonic TZ5 camera that take video in .MOV format. I wanted a product that would convert the video to something that I could use in Windows Movie Maker. This site says I can save QuickTime files in a variety of formats including .AVI and H.264. This is true but misleading. Every format I choose reduces the quality of the original. Also the software crashes for no reason. I feel cheated and foolish. This software is useless and I paid £20 for it. In the vernacular it is Pants. Dont buy. Why do I have to give it even one star? It deserves no stars at all.

    1656 of 1829 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    QT Pro 7 Works great

    • Written by from Angwin

    I have had great luck with QT Pro 7, on my MacBook.
    I remember the PC days, ,,,boy I will never go back!
    Too many bugs and spy bots, ect,, slowing things down, I think that is half the problem with most of the PC users. You will first probably have to re-format your hard drive, you know,,,Re install your operating system.
    That is why I switched to a Mac, every thing works better over here. Try it. For at least 1 year.
    You won't go back.

    1682 of 1886 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Lame Alert - won't work on 64-bit Win 7

    • Written by from Torrey

    It'd be nice is Apple ACTUALLY MENTIONED THAT THIS WON'T WORK ON 64-BIT OS! It just freezes up, and intermittently crashes the computer on startup....at least until you hit 3rd party forums and find out what's going on.

    Apple doesn't say a thing about this in their system requirements. And software that's not available for 64-bit systems!?! What year is this - 2005? Super lame.

    1609 of 1747 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Low quality, last Apple purchase

    • Written by from Duluth

    Wanted to dump DV into HIGH quality files for archiving family videos -not for creating more rubble to put on the Web at low bandwidth or to display on a 2-inch screen, which is apparently what this is really for. Picked QuickTime in part because one camera I have defaults to saving in that format, plus all the hype about H.263 or whatever on the Apple site. Read a few reviews, thought it was a safe $30. WRONG!! The imports it saved are low-quality, and the Quicktime player made jaggie low quality junk of files I'd done elsewhere. You know that it's bad when the free Microsoft product operates better and displays the results better. Of course there's no satisfaction guarantee. So much for warm fuzzy cutesie Apple. They took my money and ran laughing. Won't make that mistake again --and will pass the word, I promise!

    1624 of 1792 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    quick time 7 pro is not great at all

    • Written by from red bluff

    i had many problems with this and it is not a great as real player or musicmatch or even as good as windows mediaplayer. i was not happy with this purchase, though i love my ipod.

    1568 of 1684 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    good for what it is

    • Written by from Seattle

    I use Quicktime Pro for export different types of Quicktime movies (different codecs and sizes), and for assembling image sequences. It is pretty handy for that. I've never even tried it for editing, but don't expect it to be a powerful movie editor (instead, Apple makes iMovie and Final Cut Pro specifically for that).

    Also of note: 7.4 doesn't seem to be able to import image sequences; if that is important to you try an older version. Hopefully this will be fixed soon!

    1756 of 2061 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    im happy with this

    • Written by

    nice viewing, nice graphics

    1626 of 1817 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Works better on the Mac

    • Written by from Boerne

    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

    I've had better.

    • Written by

    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

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Totally Bogus

    • Written by from Groton

    No audio track on exported file types!

    I have just dropped 30 bucks on this package... I have .MPG files from my camera, but after importing them into iPhoto, I can not export them into iMovie... I have to change the format to something iMovie likes... so I buy QTP...

    Sure QTP exports the video to 30 different file formats... only none of them have an audio track... and the answer seems to be buy another software package...
    Give me a large break.

    This problem has been around since 2005...

    1642 of 1905 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick Time 7 Pro for Windows

    • Written by from Tampa

    This product worked fantastic for us PC people trying to convert our avi files to Mpeg 4/AAC. I am now able to play and watch them on my i pod classic. I tranferred 4 fairly large Windows avi home movies/music videos to Quick time pro 7 and then to the i pod. They look great! Just the way I edited them on the PC. The process was long because of the large avi file size I had. The conversion to Quick time pro 7 and the conversion to i pod took about 30-40 minutes for a 6 minute movie piece. I would recommend printing out Chapter 3 pages 35-39 on your i pod classic Video Features how to guide. You can get it at apple.com. Thank you Quick time 7 pro.

    1509 of 1651 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Shelton

    Hi, I have found QuickTime to be the only player that works for me. I use a dial up connection and QuickTime adj. for this and after forever I can hear the song I LINKED to completely without annoying buffer every 5 sec. Apple is intuitive but you need to utilize the knowledge base sites to fix problems. I know XP users like me should know there are problems with multiple applications of the same type and not just apple.
    First you need to get QuickTime working for you OK. My problem was in an upgrade. You have to utilize Microsoft uninstaller download! Check it out as I have removed a lot have old downloads with this. Get it~ not the program but the file CPU kept to install it!
    Get real! us PC users have been fighting problems like this before only now it is APPLE LOL.
    I already read duplicate negs so the rating may reflect frustration.
    I would after solving problems with QuickTime upgrade to pro. $30.00 what a bunch of losers. BUT it should have been included in the vid iPod, now that I have a decent notebook gig of ram for apps I might upgrade. Lets hope for continued continuity between Apple and Microsoft

    1379 of 1492 people found this useful