• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    very good

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    I think apple and very good, I have a tablet and like a lot of applications. They are very good! helps me a lot in my work

    75 of 111 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Whew!

    • Written by from Detroit

    After going all these months with the limitations of QT 10.0, I rediscovered from an earlier review [Feb./2010] that my old QT Pro was in the Utilities folder. Sure enough, there it was with my registration key still entered and still valid, and now I can do editing like rotating, etc. that I had been used to. If you want the editing abilities of QT 7 Pro, simply go to your Utilities Folder, look for QT 7 Player, and use the QT Menu to Register the product.

    266 of 286 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent, better than QT 10

    • Written by from San Francisco

    I use QuickTime 7 a lot when I listen to the podcasts from my graduate courses. I recently upgraded to Snow Leopard, and what a mess QuickTime 10 is! I reverted back to QuickTime 7. I use the A/V control heavily and the newer version took it away!

    175 of 191 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Quicktime 7 Pro vs Quicktime 10

    • Written by from SAINT THOMAS

    Quicktime 7 Pro is so much superior to QT10. I occasionally edit short videos and cut and paste them together and 10 has dropped those capabilities and some other features that makes it impossible to anything but playback video. It's seems faster to use than iMovie and less complicated not that iMovie is that complicated but I prefer to work in QT.

    I'm hoping Apple will upgrade QT 10 to a Pro version and add in the features that they removed in QT 7 Pro.

    Is it worth $30 bucks? It's definitely healthier than 5 Big Mac meals at the same cost.

    393 of 413 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great and Terrible

    • Written by from Bloomfield

    I've wanted screen-sharing forever, and this has got terrific screen-sharing recording. However, I cannot edit the files in Final Cut Express HD -- it doesn't recognize the files. If I record a screen-sharing, edit the file in Adobe Premier CS4, I cannot export the file as any format. However, if I take the original unedited files and use Adobe Media Encoder CS4; they convert fine. Hope they provide a fix-up soon. My QT 7 Pro upgrade came when I upgraded to Snow Leopard. So if you get QuickTime 7 Pro, you will get the upgrades forever--as I did from when I got it years ago.

    204 of 230 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't make my mistake :(

    • Written by from Nacogdoches

    Quicktime is great for conversion of file formats. I've been using it to convert video files from my dark, dark days in the Windows wilderness.

    Quicktime the product gets 5 stars.

    However, I screwed up when I bought the product. Yes, MY error. I inadvertently purchased the Windows version. Wasn't paying attention, can't return it, lost $30.

    I took away a star because Apple has created different types of keys for the different Windows and OSX versions of Quicktime. I do not understand why this is necessary. I know it's my error that cost $30, but I don't see why it has to be this way.

    The moral is... LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY, don't be like me, lol.

    811 of 883 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good, but a bit pricy.

    • Written by from Broken Arrow

    I bought this mainly for the ability to save embedded videos from a site, which it does just fine. I think the free version should at least do this. There are a lot of advanced features that most people probably will never use, I know I don't. So, I think a $10 price point would be more appropriate. As far as the functionality goes it is extremely good. Easy to use & plays videos very well.

    416 of 462 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked As Promised

    • Written by from Tampa

    I installed this upgrade quickly and it immediately unlocked advanced features allowing me to save web movies to my desktop that I otherwise could not easily save and edit.


    856 of 942 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great but pay?

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    I've always been a fan of the QuickTime player, Even in my Windows days, I know it's a great payer, but to pay for the extra features? Not really to sure I'd do that.

    233 of 287 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    It's Pretty Good

    • Written by from Newburgh

    I bought Quicktime and thought it would be another hard to use video viewer and editor. It worked really well in Leopard and Tiger before I upgraded. My only compliant was that whenever I wanted to convert video to a cell phone, I always head to get validation from my company that makes the phone. It isn't Apple's problem, but next time could you please integrate a validation program?

    529 of 736 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Definitely useful, but maybe not $30 worth of useful

    • Written by from Owensboro

    This upgrade is worth paying for, but I feel it's only worth about half of what they are charging for it. I finally upgraded because I wanted to save playblasts from Maya and this was the easiest way I could find to do so. I also do a bit of light video editing occasionally and basically to record or save anything you have to have Pro. I will definitely use the Pro features, but it feels like at least some of the recording or saving functions should be free.

    1089 of 1563 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    This registration key works fine.

    • Written by from Scottsdale

    I'm not sure most people understand what this is. Its NOT software. Its only a registration key, nothing more. What does it do? Lets you save Quicktime movies to a file from a web page. It also activates a few other odds-and-ends, but nothing to write home about. Is it overpriced, sure, but it does activate these added features. Nothing more. Nothing less.

    723 of 965 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Bad Serial Numbers

    • Written by from Alexandria

    Some people are writing in saying that after purchasing QuickTime Pro and entering the serial number it doesn't work. It happened to me as well. Call Apple, get a refund, and purchase another serial number. Apparently they don't all work. The product is great though.

    865 of 1120 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Stable and worthwile

    • Written by from Juneau

    Although not perfect, Quicktime Pro is an astounding program when coupled with some additional (usually free) video codex from DivX and others. QT Pro, although a little slower than some of the comparable products, converts AVIs and other video to iPod format with slightly higher quality results.

    Still looking forward to a little more conversion speed in the future.

    167 of 229 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    QPro Works...

    • Written by from Houston

    I have been using macs for over 20 years and am a graphic designer/video editor. There's nothing like QT out there and for the price the upgrade is the best. I've had a few sites that give me question marked videos (am working to change some preferences) but to be honest, I can't complain. It's the best bang for your buck.

    123 of 163 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    I would have given it 5 stars except that..

    • Written by from Bozeman

    It is very annoying to pay 30 dollars again for the pro version when it seems like I paid 30 for the pro version of Quicktime 6 a few months ago.

    To all users who say it does not work.
    "I tried to convert video but there was no sound" etc..

    This is a very novice complaint because it the program does work and im 99% sure he only copied the video over and not the audio track which is very easy to do both at the same time. I have never had a problem. As I said it should be 5 stars but it seems like I just paid for this not long ago.

    278 of 355 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Rip off for new mac owner

    • Written by from Carbondale

    I have the professional on my PC and I enjoy many of the pro-only features. I recently purchased a new MacBook and was shocked when I found out this 30$ piece of proprietary Apple software was NOT included with my new $1,299 Mac. I love my new MacBook and all that comes with it, but come on Apple, throw me a bone here!

    868 of 1086 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great On My PC

    • Written by from Crestwood

    I needed a program to convert my AVI files into MOV files for websites, iPods and Cell phones, and Quicktime was the perfect solution. As a PC user, I was very happy with the results. Thanks Apple!

    816 of 1036 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth it

    • Written by from Pleasanton

    It's worth the upgrade to purchase the full version. With QuickTime as my main video player, it is extremely useful to have the ability to play a movie in full-screen. I am slightly disappointed in Mac for not including this in the regular version, as full-screen playback is an important part of any video player, but was not let down by the quality upon completing the installation.

    583 of 708 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    OK

    • Written by from New York

    its good, if you want to get videoes and junk on your iPod, but other than that, its not worth the $30.

    527 of 611 people found this useful