• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Useless Quicktime pro 7 from Graet Apple!

    • Written by from BROOKLINE

    I got it to can save the video of introducing of iphone 4. It says "Save as" wich is inactive in free version and I purchase it to save and can see later on whenever I'm free intead of waiting bufering again and again! But after purchsing it I saw this useless Pro version doesn't save the realtime video. It's unbelivable to Apple get money from Apple lovers and give them this really useless software!
    I'm really sorry for Apple!!!

    502 of 555 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A Truly Great Piece of Software

    • Written by from SAN FRANCISCO

    I think that as both a Mac OS & Windows user, this is an all around great product. There are some who may disagree with me, who are entitled to their opinion. However, they need to take a closer look. There are so countless advantages to this software, If set up and installed properly, users can easily master the video editing techniques that only come from Quicktime Pro. As both a teacher, and a computer software developer, I think this is essential to successful multimedia development

    496 of 551 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Won't open old QuickTime (Mac) files

    • Written by from Hewitt

    I have a large number of old (circa 1995-1999) QuickTime files (Apple photo JPEG, 320 x 240 format) that the Windows version refuses to open. It just gives the message "Error -2048: Couldn't open the file becaue it is not a file that QuickTime understands."
    Even though the Windows version won't open them, they run fine on QuickTime Player 7.5 for Mac.

    497 of 565 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    The Quiuck Time 7 is good.

    • Written by

    Congratulatios. The Quick Time is the movies and music product is very good. I can use in my perssonal computer. See movies in high quality.

    520 of 617 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Gret Product

    • Written by from greenwood

    This is the best product i have ever bought and is great for what it is made for. thanks apple

    517 of 614 people found this useful

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    A Useless Product

    • Written by from MONTREAL

    Does not do what it says, a waste of time and money

    490 of 562 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by

    it's a good product!

    521 of 625 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Too awkward to handle in XP Windows

    • Written by

    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

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Lower than 1

    • Written by from Glendale

    If there was a score lower than 1, I would give it to QT 7. Yes, I was able to select a portion of the movie, copy it, and paste it into another movie. But no matter how many times I click or Save or Save As, it doesn't. Totally worthless.

    451 of 494 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    One of the worst products for Windows

    • Written by from Atlanta

    Not only does Quicktime facilitate the installation of server TSRs that are able to re-activate themselves if forced to quit from the Task Manager, and not only has my computer historically received more errors from Quicktime than any other program, but it also is bulky, buggy, and a required evil if you own an ios device. It's hypocritical how Apple has taken a stand against Flash because of its admittedly poor performance on Mac, considering how miserable and useless Quicktime ends up being on Windows. If I could do without it, I would (and so would most Windows users). Bad quality period.

    446 of 484 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Do not buy this product.

    • Written by from SAN DIEGO

    I have owned every iPhone since the very first. I bought this product to 'enable" video correction to "de-rotate" videos which I had taken with my iPhone4. The download path is unclear and the tools which quicktime provides are technically weak and paradoxically difficult to use given what they do. Do not buy this product. It should be free and a simple "download now" button away from confusing you.

    452 of 496 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    waist of time and $$$

    • Written by from Rogue River

    all i can say is i wish i didnt get it the only thing you can do on it is crop videos nothing else

    456 of 504 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick Time 7 Pro 4 Windows

    • Written by from San Diego

    Change with the Hands of Time or get left behind...Sho Nuf the right Thuff.

    558 of 716 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Extremely poor by any standards

    • Written by from EPSOM

    I bought the upgrade to Pro despite reading the poor reviews here. I thought that maybe it was a case of only the dissatisfied or inexperienced customers being willing to write a review. I was wrong. This is simply a poor product, as a player it is slow, crashes or freezes when playing any large file and won’t play some AVI’s even when the codecs are available.

    As an encoder it is quite simply appalling, it is (unbelievably) slow, uninformative, and the UI is poorly laid out. I really don’t expect to wait 3 hours to encode a 4 minute video clip on a twin processor machine with 4GB of memory. It only takes me that long to encode a 50 minute 9Mbps DVD on two pass VBR!

    As for the quality of h.264, to me it’s not noticeably better on a like for like basis than WMV9. But with 3 hours for each encoding I haven’t exactly had much opportunity to test this.

    Finally, and this simply sums it all up, there is an upgrade available, however it’s a 35Mb download (because it includes iTunes!) and I can’t even get it to run!

    I know £19.99 is not a huge amount of money compared to the cost of Premiere Pro or my editing card, BUT in comparison to BSPlayer (free) and some of the free MPEG encoders this is simply money for old rope.

    I strongly suggest Apple looks at these complaints and re-writes the software. If necessary go and buy source from one of the free players.

    482 of 566 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Forest Lake

    i use this program for all of my college work... compiling jpg files into a movie, editing clips exported from maya together... not only does it let me control frame rate and effects, but i also edited sequences and can open/export in any professionally used format. Not sure why all the negative reviews, i find this program extremely usefull.

    448 of 504 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Cannot even open and MOD and MPEG file.

    • Written by from Morris

    I think I just wasted $30 with QuickTime 7 Pro. I bought it with the intention of editing files from my JVC video camera on my pc (Vista). The format for JVC video is MOD and when I tried to open a video in QuickTime, I got the error message 2048, telling me it was a file that QuickTime doesn't understand.

    OK - so I then converted the MOD to MPEG, which was the only format I could convert the file to and, when I tried to open the files, got the same message.

    What a waste of $30 - glad it wasn't more.

    421 of 451 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Save your money

    • Written by from Acworth

    This software does nothing of what it has been sold for. I needed to edit a movie and it gives you nothing to do it with. For me this was a big wast of money not happy

    498 of 605 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    What a mess

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    Downloaded QT7. Then bought Pro license. Edited a .MOV file and exported for Web. Worked great the first time. After that, same steps produced video and audio outputs BUT audio failed to play. Tried everything over the course of two evenings, including uninstall-reinstall. Now, I just want to cry. I guess "Pro" means "just once?" By the way, I can still load in my first successful output file array of desktop, cell, etc. mv4 files,etc and they play just fine... so my PC is not to blame.

    What a mess. It really appears QT7 was attacked by a virus or something that disabled audio playback on exported for web files. I want to cry myself to sleep. So close... yet so far.

    448 of 509 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Bridgewater

    I read the reviews. Some were good, but most of them were bad. I bought Quick Time Pro based on the good reviews. THIS WAS A TERRIBLE MISTAKE! It doesn't work right and it messes up my videos and sometimes deletes them. All my hard work, GONE. Then when I had an update, Quick Time tried to make me buy it AGAIN! Luckily I was smart not to. I can't believe awesome Apple would make this. Please, don't waste your money or your time. Do NOT base your decision on the good reviews like I did, because I regret it.

    407 of 430 people found this useful