QuickTime 7 Pro for Windows
QuickTime 7 Pro for Windows
Convert media formats
Convert your QuickTime movies to a variety of formats for viewing on your iPhone, iPod and Apple TV or sharing with friends and family via email or the web.1 Export to over a dozen different video and audio formats.
Edit with ease
Use the cut, copy and paste capabilities of QuickTime Pro to edit your movies or even add a new sound track. You can even add annotations, rotate your video and more.
Build your QuickTime video library
Build a library of movies by saving them from the web to your computer for enjoyment any time.2 View movies shot with your camera phone, digital camera or camcorder. QuickTime 7 Pro supports major video formats including H.264, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG.
Record your podcast
Plug in a USB microphone and use QuickTime 7 Pro to capture audio that can be shared with the world as a podcast. The one-button recording interface couldn’t be simpler or easier to use.
How to upgrade to QuickTime Pro
- Make sure QuickTime 7 Player is installed on your computer.
- Purchase a QuickTime Pro registration code, which will be sent via email.
- Open the email from Apple and locate the 20-digit registration code.
- Go to www.apple.com/quicktime/pro/unlock-win7.html and follow the instructions to enter your registration code.
- Enjoy QuickTime Pro!
- Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or later), Windows Vista or Windows 7
- A PC with at least a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor
- At least 512MB of RAM
- QuickTime 7
Ratings & Reviews
quick time 7 pro
is a magnific product with a lot of modern things but the only bad thing is the price
- Written by cabo C
113317 of 120756 people found this useful
Good upgrade.. with a hitch
The product seems to be good where I have tried it. I am, however, somewhat dissapointed with the update path. As a registered o The product seems to be good where I have tried it. I am, however, somewhat dissapointed with the update path. As a registered owner of Quicktime pro 6, I expected at least a discount on the purchase of Quicktime Pro 7, but it looks like you have to purchase the whole thing over again... …
- Written by Chris R from Overland Park
81311 of 89017 people found this useful
It's called PRO for a reason...
Those who think they can just use pro at start...don't. Pro is just for those who know what and how to use multimedia tools. It' Those who think they can just use pro at start...don't. Pro is just for those who know what and how to use multimedia tools. It's features though, if you read the directions, are simple and easy to use over all. …
- Written by Paul T
68325 of 76318 people found this useful
Was very good for my macs but not so good for windows.
- Written by Masrur H from FPO
11 of 14 people found this useful
Crashes every time I try and export my video
I've used Quicktime pro before so I wasn't expecting a full featured editor. I just want to export my quicktime movie to a differe I've used Quicktime pro before so I wasn't expecting a full featured editor. I just want to export my quicktime movie to a different format. However, each time I get about 30% of the way and then it crashes with "an unknown error". I have huge amounts of memory and disk space and have tried pretty much every format possible.
Quicktime Pro sets low goals and fails to meet them. …
- Written by Joseph C from York
1 of 1 people found this useful
Infest, Infect, Disease, Spreading its tenticles ...
Anyone remember Apple's 1984 commercial? My my how things have turned... All I want to do is convert MOV files to MP4 (so I can ac Anyone remember Apple's 1984 commercial? My my how things have turned... All I want to do is convert MOV files to MP4 (so I can actually do friggin work). . This product infests your Windows environment so much so that that as soon as you turn on your PC QuickTime engine is busy reporting back to Apple HQ what you're doing who you're doing and what effen position you're in. It's just a simple thing. why do you have to own and control every aspect of my PC as if the whole reason I purchased my PC is just to run QuickTime and nothing else.
Can you imagine if every other vendor adopted Apples QuickTime bloat ware model? The PC would bog down, and just simply turning the machine on would take hours to power up and gigabytes of transfer of sensitive data until you could actually use your PC.
Apple why can't I just start QuickTime or any one of your other products, use it, then close it? Why do you always have to be running sitting in the background sucking bandwidth, resources, memory etc.
Not long now Apple, not long now. …
- Written by Allan M from San Jose
97 of 109 people found this useful