• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick Time

    • Written by from Huntington beach

    I didn't really like it because it crashed my computer 3 times! I wish I got a refund. :(

    171 of 219 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Buyer beware - Current version is broken when editing Audio back to a video

    • Written by from West Hollywood

    The "pass through" feature is broken in this current version (7.6.6). You won't be able to save audio if you add it to a video clip using the "pass through" feature.

    220 of 249 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Export Not work on lion

    • Written by from Brooklyn

    I wish I could give a zero star for this program. It is absolutely waste of investing. Stop working when I upgrade the system to Lion, and now the export function stop working, which was the main reason why I purchase this app in the first place. :(

    314 of 373 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Happy!

    • Written by from Downey

    I was disappointed with this program. I was able to edit my videos, but when I wanted to burn them to a DVD I just couldn't. Please advice.

    168 of 212 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Another bummed customer!

    • Written by from Pine Falls

    I also thought I could record the screen with the pro version. What a disappointment! Aside from that I can't figure out what the point of upgrading to pro is? It is not easy to figure out how to edit video in it. Waste of $30.

    164 of 201 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    what a mistake

    • Written by from Toronto

    I thought if I bought this I could record screen. Well it doesn't. It can record what camera shows. I needed to capture screen and that can be done in regular FREE version of quick time. Ctrl+Cmd+N. Found out too late.

    Waist of money. I wish product was better described. well...next time.

    BTW, installation was nightmare, finding application, registering is not straight forward. All in all-not happy with this software at all.

    138 of 172 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..

    242 of 269 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst. Ever.

    • Written by from SAINT HELENS

    This thing is confusing and worthless. QT 7 was great, why does Apple have to make it more confusing, less powerful and a lot more frustrating?
    iMovie is also absolutely terrible. Love the hardware, hate most of the software. I'm angry. And as usual, disappointed with their newest version.

    158 of 184 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    What is up with this function? QT 10 vs QT 7 (pro) confusing enuf?

    • Written by from Los Osos

    QT used to work great on my MB Pro, ran mov wmv avi without a problem, now it won't even run mov. Crash crash crash. And am I getting this right, QT X should be replaced with QT Pro 7, huh? Isn't that backwards. What a mess! Really Apple we expect a lot better.

    140 of 155 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.

    256 of 294 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Why?

    • Written by from Parkerville

    Why create a product that doesn't keep up with what is happening in the real world? It doesn't cope with the new video formats such as .mod and the mpeg2 plug-in that you have to buy, doesn't cope with AC3 sound...so why? I cannot recommend this product.

    187 of 207 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    quick time pro and capturing video from usb handycam...

    • Written by from Marietta

    i just bought a top of the line Sony NEX VG10 Handycam thinking it was going to work great with my MacBook Pro and Final Cut Express, and it happens that I can not directly capture from my Handycam, I wonder if I could do it fromo QTPro? I had to buy a software called "ClipWrap" to convert my High Definition Movies (avchd, ,mts to .mov) then it takes a long time for Final Cut Xpress to read the files as the files are full HD, I am considering getting rid of my MacBook Pro and buying a Windows base computer to use the HD Sony video editing software that came with the NEX VG10, any suggestions/ideas? thanks

    171 of 226 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Fiasco!

    • Written by from Nutley

    I have to agree with the other negative reviews. If you have Snow Leopard with Quicktime X installed, which basically any new MBP has....even following the directions to download QT 7 first will not work. I tried, it said I couldn't install 7 because I had QT X already on the system. What's worse is it wouldn't let me delete it. What is going on? I switched to Apple/Jobs to get away from these types of MS/Gates issues. I'm really surprised. This is so unusual for Apple. Someone really dropped the ball on this one. Stop being so arrogant and either fix the issue or take it off the site.

    192 of 205 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Quicktime X is NOT COMPATIBLE with the Pro upgrade

    • Written by from San Antonio

    I agree with HL from LA below:

    Quicktime X is NOT COMPATIBLE with the Pro upgrade and they don't say this clearly on their site. I don't think they say it at all, and you only find this out after wasting a lot of time researching it. That an upgrade is not compatible with any newer system is ridiculous. Right HL-0-- Sloppy and Very disappointing.

    206 of 218 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    excruciating

    • Written by from Prosper

    Because of the excellent stability and performance of the Apple Mac platform, I am not often inclined to criticize...

    This whole Quicktime X/Quicktime 7/Quicktime Pro upgrade is a train wreck. With Snow Leopard as the OS, you have install Quicktime 7 from the OS installation CD and then unlock the Pro functionality using the Pro registration key. This process is a bit kludgy considering Apple's normal attention to ease of use.

    The big problem is that unlocked Quicktime 7 Pro reverts to Player for some strange reason. I have not spent any time figuring out this obvious defect--and I shouldn't need to. Attention Apple, fix this nonsensical process or issue a refund; this is the sort of issue I would expect to encounter on a Wintel platform, not Mac.

    312 of 335 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not compatible with any newer Mac operating system!

    • Written by from Los Angeles

    Be warned that if you're running Quicktime X, which if your system is 4 years or newer, this will NOT BE COMPATIBLE! Can't believe that apple would make this Pro upgrade not compatible with any newer system, but they did. Sloppy. And not like them. Very disappointing.

    223 of 239 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Most popular HD camcorder format support is missing, AVCHD.

    • Written by from fort lee

    Useless for people using camcorders.

    159 of 180 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    I have a new iMac and this dos't work

    • Written by from Plano

    I thought Apple products were going to work together. I just paid 30.00 plus tax for something that won't install on a new MAC.

    Be sure to buy the correct version before buying something that you won't be able to use.

    Quicktime 10 is on my MAC but this waste of $$ is for QT7.

    I thought I was buying an UPGRADE!!!! I wound up just throwing money away.

    298 of 336 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Shortens conversion to .wmv

    • Written by from Arden

    What I found is that when converting .avi files to .wmv files it removes about 25% of the footage in length. Sucky. Talk about a waste. Figuring this out and wasting a lot of time on what was supposed to be simple little project. Now after experimenting with other editors/converters I have found that do not do this. Lame.

    130 of 148 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    immediately regret purchase

    • Written by from Bend

    Software works like advertised, easy to update. Bought mostly for converting video to ipod format, this was really all I have tested out so far being the sole reason for my purchase. I ran into issues with apple's over-protected rights block. I kept getting the error message for "insufficient right can not convert video". The weird thing is this is off my home sony camcorder. So, if i don't own the rights to the video not sure who I am really suppose to ask for permission. Any way, Apple doesn't offer refunds on this so I just thought i would vent my frustration and headaches. Hope this helps in your decision one way or another.

    P.S. I was able to find an actual solution to my converting problems at lower cost and even free. Guess my loyalty to apple software just bit me in the bumm this time. Not sure if i can list website on here without this being deleted, but i just google'd "convert video to ipod format".

    183 of 202 people found this useful