• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I figured it out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Written by from South Grafton

    For all you people having trouble with the exporting/converting, all you have to do is update from Quicktime 7 to 7.1 and it fixes it for you. I just did it and I am so Excited!!!! Yaay

    1054 of 1143 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worthless

    • Written by from Acworth

    I've purchased this tool in order to convert quicktime format .mov to MPEG4.

    The application crashes (every time) during conversion. I feel I've been ripped off. I cannot believe that a company like Apple has the gaul to sell a product that does not work.

    I feel ripped off.

    1697 of 1842 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quicktime 7 & iTunes.

    • Written by from Sudbury

    If you're using Windows 64bit Edition, don't bother downloading this hugely buggy software!!!! I've paid for the Pro key and was already on version 7 of the Quicktime Player, but when installing the latest update, version 7.1, it errored out at the end and didin't install properly...so much that the software can't properly be uninstalled and for me to re-install version 7.0 back in.!!!

    DON'T INSTALL VERSION 7.1 ON WINDOWS 64bit Edition!!!!

    ...and why oh why do they bundled the iTunes software with the Player??!!! For business users, who needs iTunes??!!! Please, please Apple give us just Quicktime on its own!!!!

    Overall rating of Quicktime 7.1 & iTunes:
    RAP with a capital C!!

    2922 of 3064 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    best i have ever seen

    • Written by from Walpole

    amazing you should think about it it is amazing crazy good buy this product

    2442 of 2626 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Sucks

    • Written by from Aylesbury

    Why does this software not do what is advertised for PC users. I cannot convert uncompressed or PAL AVI without a buffer over run and then the software crashing. I purchased this software for a critical job. Unfortunately the video production folk I'm dealing with are MAC only & need the files to be converted to MOV. I am now totally scuppered. The gap ever widens....

    1087 of 1234 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Converting to iPod for idiots

    • Written by from Whistler

    I have read plenty of reviews saying that when they convert a video to iPod format they don't get any sound.

    well heres how to do it: first export the video to iPod, now convert it again under the same name, in the same folder, but this time select "sound to Wave" instead of iPod. then select both files at once and drag them to iTunes.

    I hope this will help the image of Quicktime for those who have bought it or are going to purchase it.

    890 of 992 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple, Please debug this software!

    • Written by from Lancaster

    Buffer Overrun , Buffer Overrun , Buffer Overrun

    Be prepared as this is the error you will see when you try to use File > Export in Quicktime 7 Pro. I am waiting for a fix for this software (Windows version) before I ever consider buying anything from Apple ever again.

    1856 of 1997 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    quicktime rules

    • Written by from new york

    I keep reading these bad reviews about quicktime saying that they can't use it or it costs too much. quicktime 7 pro is so easy to install and use and it is much cheaper than any other video editing software I have seen out there. 37.99 CND is cheap even for just the H.264 codec. You can also download the quicktime broadcaster for free and send live video feed to anyone.

    3506 of 3693 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Video iPod Users, Take Note!

    • Written by from Lawrenceville

    Not Required according to Apple Tech Support! Basic QuickTime SHOULD do the conversion. Neither does.

    Windows users can expect the program to crash when trying to convert .avi and even .mp4 files for transfer to your iPod. The only videos not susceptible to this problem are those purchased from the iTunes Store.

    After spending nearly 2 hours with AppleCare trying to resolve the now infamous "Buffer Overrun" issue with no success, I regret having invested $30 for the upgrade as well as $60 for the (albeit polite, yet completely ineffectual) extension of my Tech Support.

    Apple should correct this incompatibility AND notify every owner of a Video iPod that a complimentary fix has been developed.

    2146 of 2318 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    can use improvement, but pretty good

    • Written by from Sonoma

    Compression is high and high quality for .mov and .m4v. The speed is darned slow, but worth it for the decent quality and small file size.

    Compression for other formats seems low quality.

    Take this with a grain of salt as I have only been working with the program for a day.

    2029 of 2237 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Export doesn't work

    • Written by from Colorado Springs

    Like many others, I'm getting "Buffer Overrun" errors everytime I select Export.



    2185 of 2446 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Umm...

    • Written by from Orange

    I like it a lot.
    It really comes in handy.

    1148 of 1272 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    QUICK TIME PC PROBLEMS

    • 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

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    You have to know what extra files to download

    • Written by

    I have read many reviews saying this program doesn't work-1st you have to go in & set up the files you want to use with it + there are new types of files being written all the time in that case you have to search the net & locate a download for that type of file, e.g., icm.xvid, didn't work until I downloaded the file it needed & then it worked fine. But it was the same way with all the other programs-as programmers write in new code new downloads have to be found that will play those new files. Mine works fine, I just had to figure it out & I'm no programmer. It works fine on XP.

    946 of 1029 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Does what I need.

    • Written by from grass valley

    I was a bit leary about QT Pro after reading the overwhemingly negative reviews. I need QT Pro strictly for compressing QTRef. movies from my editing system and it seems to do a good job at it. Not as good as Sorensen Squeeze but it's a tenth of the price...
    I was put off by the itunes baggage that comes with it. I stopped downloading once because I thought I had the wrong product. Apple would be better off bundling that stuff somewhere else.

    1296 of 1431 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

    QuickTime 7 Pro....Useless

    • Written by from Northolt

    If you use Windows XP...steer cleer of this!

    In my opinion this software is not ready for commercial release. It is flawed at both the installation, and subsequent operation levels.

    Consistent Buffer Overruns smack of amateur programming. The whole thing feels like an Alpha version...Flakey!

    Do not spend any cash on this...

    1281 of 1418 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    is the best

    • Written by

    this program of video is the best.

    822 of 908 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    OK

    • Written by from JACKSON HEIGHTS

    VERY GOOD PRODUCT

    1869 of 2027 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    DON'T BUY IT....SAVE YOUR MONEY!!

    • Written by from Yorktown Heights

    I like some people out there just have to try things for myself and don't take stock on reviews and things like that. Well, in this case I wished I had. I bought this program for the main purpose of getting music videos, shows, etc on to my video ipod....that was easier said than done. The one thing Apple doesn't tell you upfront is that w/ the exception of the videos you but from itunes a large portion of the files out on the web have an audio format that is not supported by this program.

    Quote from Apple's support site: "If the format is "MPEG1 Muxed" or "MPEG2 Muxed," the audio portion of the file may not be retained with QuickTime Pro or iMovie." ....In other words....You will see the video but not hear it. My friend has a MAC and has the same issue. I followed all their directions to properly load the files onto the ipod once it was converted and I had no luck w/ the audio.

    There are plenty of other FREE programs out there that will work.....do yourself a favor and save the $32.00 because as they say in the FAQ's:

    Question 6: If I am not completely satisfied with QuickTime Pro how do I get a refund?

    Answer: Refunds are not available for QuickTime Pro.

    That about sums it up....good luck w/ your decision

    1254 of 1385 people found this useful