• 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Another version, another $30...

    • Written by from Twain Harte

    Its great that new versions of QT come out, but I am getting sick of always having to dish out another 30 bucks every 6 months because a new version comes out. And it seems 7 is required for the new iTunes features. So either I keep 6 which works fine, but miss out on new stuff. Or upgrade to 7, and have to dish out more money for the features I already had. Which wouldn't bother me if new versions came out once every 18 months or something. I don't have anything against paying for software I use, unless I am having to repurchase the software more than once a year. But as far as the software itself goes, its great. It may not have as many features as players like VLC, but it makes up for it in ease of use, its hardware acceleration, and its ability to play H.264 video in real time on hardware that is a few years old.

    I am giving it 3 stars, 5 for the software itself, which is great. But knocking it down 2 stars because of Pro users always having to buy new versions. Would be nice if a license worked for the current version, and one big release after that.

    274 of 309 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Downgrade to Quicktime 10!

    • Written by from San Francisco

    Please, oh please Mr. Apple, return the functionality to Quicktime 10 that was present in QT Pro 7. I bought a new Mac and am sad to learn that I have downgraded by upgrading. IMovie is not for me and Final Cut is an unnecessary step in my editing/exporting/copying and pasting process. Hear my plea!

    248 of 260 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    So far not impressed

    • Written by from Granada Hills

    Quicktime Pro does not give you the option to export .mp3 files. If I would have known this before I purchased the license, I would have opted for a different solution.

    Sincerely,
    Disappointed Apple Customer

    248 of 265 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    what a blast of experience

    • Written by

    having Quicktime pro has being such a blast of experience, everything that have being said about it is true, i really reccomend it!!!!!!

    320 of 412 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Software

    • Written by from Mason

    Converting my home videos and movies to iPod, iPhone, MPEG4 and other formats was quick, easy and without hassles. The results look great. Importing and exporting image sequences is also a nice feature as was combining separate sound and movie tracks. Editing features are basic but they get the job done. To sum it up I was very impressed with QuickTime 7 Pro.

    247 of 267 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for simple editing tasks

    • Written by from Tualatin

    QT7 Pro will do simple editing without transcoding, so it is lossless and fast. Great for trimming or extracting portions of videos. It also does very flexible transcoding. It isn't a replacement for iMovie nor is it for screen captures.

    Here's hoping Apple either keeps this running forever or brings QuickTime X up to its capabilities (which so far doesn't seem to be happening).

    241 of 258 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good choice

    • Written by

    This is a good product to work with.

    274 of 325 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Please learn a thing or two about video!!!

    • Written by from Brooklyn

    I have to tell you, reading many of the reviews below makes me suspicious about who's using this product. I work with video, animation, and graphics on a daily basis—professionally—so I have experience with QT. Needless to say, the ridiculous and vague reviews about QT7 Pro leads me to believe that there's a serious lack of technical [video] education to use QT effectively.

    Different codecs, data rates, dimensions, etc all have a profound effect on the quality of the work you're expecting to get. Do your homework! And just because you can't rip commercial DVDs doesn't mean you have to get mad at Apple. Jeeeezz!

    257 of 291 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    QuickTime 7 Pro Is Indispensable

    • Written by from Rowland Heights

    It's rare that a day goes by when I don't use QuickTime 7 Pro for one thing or another. Its editing, save, and export functions are invaluable for the time and trouble they save. It's a Swiss Army Knife kind of app...by which I mean that there are other tools that are better at doing certain things, but none of them are as handy or easy to use.

    And a round of huzzahs for the QT 7 player is in order as well. Its scroll bar (which resizes with the window) allows location control that is impossible with the fixed-size slider in the more recent QuickTime X...and the counter tracks the content timeline more accurately into the bargain.

    240 of 259 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Product! A most have for pro video editing

    • Written by from Kaysville

    To all the people having issues with Snow Leopard/Quicktime X installing Quicktime 7 Pro:
    To install on SL, you need to download Quicktime 7 Player for SL (under the downloads section). After installing it, run it and go to Quicktime 7 Player > Registration and simply enter your registration information. That's it, your QT7 player in Snow Leopard is now QT7 pro coexisting with Quicktime X.

    253 of 285 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    PERFECT

    • Written by from barnet

    DEFINATLY a must have for a video editing
    i can convert to awsom

    265 of 309 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    this is awesome

    • Written by from Coppell

    Every body who says that this is dumb because you can not record screen is wrong this is better for edits and add it to original qt if you want to buy for screen recording get original for free.

    252 of 284 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic encoding

    • Written by from WEST DES MOINES

    QuickTime 7 Pro for Mac OS X, with its H.264 Codec and AAC audio makes a perfect partner for a device like El Gato's EyeTV. With WMV support, QuickTime can banish Windows Media Player from your desktop.

    269 of 318 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Is Apple abandoning you (us) QuickTime, Final Cut Pro?

    • Written by from sao paulo - sp

    We The Pro People, have been using Apple for many years. Could someone from Apple please make us, try and understand:
    • Why do I have to go BACK to QT 7 to use QT PRO? (aren't you embarrassed to ask this?)
    • We The Pro People with what you are doing to Final Cut Pro. Why?
    • What is the idea with Lion X? Why are there no major updates to fix so much? Or maybe you could forget it, follow the yellow brick road and come up with Bear X, or with OhMy X (Lions, Tigers and Bears, Oh my!).
    We The Pro People have been faithful to you Apple for many years, and in return got the best from Apple. Please keep feeding us the best to keep our faith strong.
    Keep Mac OS X robust, well designed and in the front.
    Or is Apple so bewildered with iPhone, iPod, iPad, that Apple is losing interest in We The Pro People?
    Also in this relationship, I would rather have it straightforward, and not through subtle hints. If you are to leave, let us part as friends. It has been so good for so many years..

    246 of 273 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Out of date and slow

    • Written by from Prince Albert

    I moved from Windows where I used an old version of Roxio to convert video formats. Roxio worked in real time, 1 hour file took 1 hour to convert. My iMac is 5 years newer then my PC and with QuickTime 7 Pro the conversion is more like 5 to 1, 1 hour file took 5 hours to convert. I did not know QuickTime Pro 7 was so out of date. Sorry, but without an update QuickTime Pro is a waste of money.

    257 of 295 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great App in need of an update

    • Written by from MILWAUKEE

    This is the best desktop app for quickly editing and sharing video and audio. QuickTime pro is an indispensable media for professionals or anyone who loves creating video and animation on the fly. It's ideal for making quick edits without loading your entire movie and photo library in iMovie. I can only hope this gets a proper update once Apple releases Lion.

    243 of 269 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great!

    • Written by from Davis

    I bought this yesterday after contemplating the cost, because I really needed something that would convert movies taken with my Samsung NV11 (.avi) into .mov format, and this was the only thing I could find.

    Well, after converting my movies they seem brighter than before! It was definitely worth it!

    236 of 255 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    More than excellent! long life to Apple

    • Written by from Los Angeles

    When I read reviews about Quicktime from users PC and users Mac there is no doubt at all.
    Windows "systeme" is a reel nightmare.But of course the Pc users never want to admit this fact and put all the problems on Apple.
    Just a question for them: Why Microsoft Word works better on a Mac than a Pc?

    304 of 392 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Price is worth it

    • Written by from West Hurley

    The low price is worth it. By buying this upgrade it makes QuickTime actually usable for more than just playback. The ability to save movies and edit them makes this great software better and more usable.

    237 of 265 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    QT Pro does NOT improve your streaming video experience

    • Written by from Issaquah

    The Apple advertising and the "Pro only" markers in the Quicktime menus strongly suggest that QT Pro will allow you to download video files that ordinarily are streaming-only.

    This is not the case.

    I fell for the hype and purchased QT Pro. All the "Save as", "Export" etc items in the menu are now clickable --- but when you click them, the object that actually gets saved to your hard drive is just a 1KB link to the original streaming-only content -- you are NOT able to download video files (unless you could download them in the free version of QT).

    In other words QT Pro does nothing to improve your streaming-only content experience. Apple needs to make its advertising much clearer on this point. Since I don't need any of QT Pro's video CREATION features, I will be asking for a refund. Fat chance.

    BTW, the content I was trying to download was a video seminar on Apple Remote Desktop --- video content from apple.com itself --- so my problem is not caused by trying to download video from some questionable source.

    278 of 348 people found this useful