• 5.0 out of 5 stars


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    easy to use

    5108 of 5648 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Does what it says.

    • Written by from Hopkins

    It lets you watch, and do some basic editing of MPEG-4. For that, it's great. For making magical pixie dust, it sucks.

    4977 of 5482 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Requires Quicktime 7 to view

    • Written by from Saint Peters

    That is the message I got when I was trying to view the Ipod touch tour video. I was surprised by this because I had purchased the Quicktime 7 Pro edition. Even though I re-downloaded the free Quicktime as suggested I did not get this video to play. I have registered it, opened the downloaded player I have on my computer, yet it doesn't compute that yes, indeed, I do have this product.

    I was not able to find any quick fixes on the apple website for this problem. I feel this has been a waste of money. I have been oggling this ipod touch for a while and I do believe I would have purchased one. However, I think I would like to purchase from a product line that is more user friendly.

    4822 of 5185 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is what I need

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    The QuickTime 7 Pro can do what i need. Save the MOV files and convert into other format without complicated procedure.

    4801 of 5276 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Total GARBAGE

    • Written by from Arvada

    I have no idea how many hours I will spend removing this garbage so I can play movies again. $30 bucks thrown away, and now I have to fix the problems they caused and charged me for. Sure hope I get it figured out before I have to deal with it with my customers that make the mistake of buying it. DO NOT FOR ANY REASON PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT!! You will regret it, and I am a computer tech, so I DO know what I'm working with. MY BAD!!

    4889 of 5455 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

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not what I expected...

    • Written by from Mount Airy

    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

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick Time Sucks

    • Written by from Edm

    no one to contact,no support, pages are always unavailable,contact us buttons are useless, page unavailable Lets start off by informing you that I have been using Windows Media Player for years, and have many playlists both audio, and video. Then I bought 3ipods,2-30GBs,and 1-nano, so I downloaded iTunes, and with it comes QUICK TIME,this is where the problems start, Quick Time took over all media files I can't even access Media Player now everything I try to open come up in Quick Time player from itunes, well this free player just doesn't have the quality,or the features that Windows Media Player has, in fact Quick Time is by far an inferior player that just doesn't suit my needs, I can't even find a way to temporarily disable QT player, so I can use WMP for files I've had for years,so now its this big game of installing then uninstalling. It's like some tyrant dictator has taken away all my choices, and forcing me to use an inferior product. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM ??? Do I have to buy QT Pro, I don't think so, am having nothing but grief with the one I already have, as for the ipods well if this problem can not be solved into the garbage they go.
    Thank You

    4915 of 5579 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple got the 30 bucks I got the shaft

    • Written by from Kingman

    Got the pro upgrade from 7 but cannot tell any differance
    got the windows version

    Been had again

    4642 of 5145 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick time Pro

    • Written by from Potomac

    I have found this product extremely frustrating for its use in the PC plataform. It does not deliver what it promises. Maybe in the Mac is better. I have a iMac but I do not find QuickTime any better though.
    It is unecessary to purchase such an expensive product to get so little for your money.

    4432 of 4828 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    this is the best codec for digital video

    • Written by from Manhattan

    For a long time ive seen many different formats for looking at video the vhs was'nt even the first then came Laserdisc, then Dvd's,now BlueRay and HDvd's but when it comes to the most clearsrest video nothing can compare to Quicktime's quality its like startrek, simply astonishing steaming video!!!!! I have witnessed this on my ipod,and on itunes with my computer using just the regular quicktime

    4368 of 4784 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product in QT7 Pro!

    • Written by from Denver

    Great Product in QT7 PRO! $30 is a great price for a piece of software with this much functionality. I can not, for the life of me, see why people are complaining about no upgrade path or pricing. This is coming from a Windows XP Pro user.

    Cheers Apple!

    4220 of 4534 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    New Can't Use Garbage

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    Buy me or look at me, but don't think we'll give you any opportunity to try me out. "For only $29.95, you will be able to . . ." So much hype, for what? Any option to try it out and find how unuseable this is for the average Joe? No way! That would hurt our sales!!
    Now forever on the screen will be these unuseable (who cares, except for the appearance) lines of action that will only screw up the actual working of the system. Don't say no way 'cause you know it's the way, always: new programming, new errors, new headaches for the users.
    Any choice for the users? Well there should be. But there's no way to use the old version 'cause there's no way to access it now that the "new version" is installed -- even though the new version is not installed as yet, merely sitting there waiting to be paid for by the chump. Marketing, marketing.
    Oh, and by the way, I couldn't even give you 1/2 a star, 'cause it was one star or nothing, and even nothing wasn't accepted. So in this case you deserve negative five. Add (subtract)that to (from) your average. Gee, I doubt that that will end up being the case.

    4214 of 4621 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    stop whining!

    • Written by from Valrico

    working on a Vista HP dual core:
    Project: Show reel for my video work

    All day I have been dealing with A.E.'s codec issues. Finally broke down and bought the upgrade after hours of false workarounds. Was scared away at first by the bad reviews but it appears there are an abundant sum of clueless users. All my exports have worked smoothly, as well as imports. Speed I can not say as my files are 1080p trasfers to PNG images at 45 FPS. Love this product and wish I had bit the bullet 4 hours ago.

    3955 of 4205 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quicktime Pro What a rip-off

    • Written by from national city

    I purchased this product because i have videos that need to be rotate,however once you rotate the video,
    it plays soo Bad that certain images dissapear completly from the screen.
    i had to shrunk the video size in order to be able to view the clip.
    also it promised soo much, however once you need to use the other features,( B A M ) you need to buy additional software to use those features.
    so my advice is save your money & next time when recording, do it the right position.
    Sorry QuickTime Pro.

    4099 of 4558 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Way To Cool

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    the easiest program to use and write your music text with... my 13 year old loves to use this and I am comfortable with the simplicity of her ability for its use..... Thanks Quick Time....

    4084 of 4558 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    LISTEN TO PT from March 2007!

    • Written by from Baton Rouge

    You have to know what you are doing! I saved an audio file from the internet "as a source" and I can't get it to my itunes library. I can't even get Quick time to play it. If you are there (KM from Calgary), have pity and help me - if that's possible.

    3942 of 4281 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great!

    • Written by from Arlington

    Despite the scare of many 1-star reviews, I had no problems with QuickTime Pro. It took about 30 minutes to: install access code onto Vista laptap (Core2 Duo), edit a QuickTime clip taken with my camera, export to AVI, and insert it into a PowerPoint show. Controls were adequate, fast conversion with status indicator, equivalent file sizes (~18 MB) and excellent quality! Everything worked great! Only issue was that MS would not accept MPEG-4, so I went instead with the AVI. Obviously, I can't guarantee it for other formats or applications, but it does everything I need quite well.

    3803 of 4037 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy on the eyes, and easy on the size.

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    This new H.264 codec is a single reason alone to download this, and to encode your own videos in it, is the main reason you should own this. I will have many hours of fun Podcasting, and even more fun with the amount of video I can send to family members in such small sizes. Great buy, don't look at me, DO IT NOW!

    3768 of 4032 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Georgetown

    does not clearly explain instructions on how to get started

    3864 of 4225 people found this useful