• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Just Like it says it does

    • Written by from barboursville

    I am not sure why so many people wrote bad reviews about this product,, because it works just fine, on Windows XP.

    you have to follow the directions and make sure you are using 7 player (brand new download), and if you follow the directions it works perfectly.

    In less than 45 minutes i had it in loaded and had put 6 clips togather to make a movie of my daughter. I have hours of little clips i can now put them all togather to make complete movies.

    thank you apple, i think this is wonderful

    and to anyone who can't get it to work, i think your machines have a under lying problem you need to address to get this to work the way it is meant to.

    i will recommend this to everyone i know,,

    5345 of 5794 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Total GARBAGE

    • Written by from Arvada

    I have no idea how many hours I will spend removing this garbage so I can play movies again. $30 bucks thrown away, and now I have to fix the problems they caused and charged me for. Sure hope I get it figured out before I have to deal with it with my customers that make the mistake of buying it. DO NOT FOR ANY REASON PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT!! You will regret it, and I am a computer tech, so I DO know what I'm working with. MY BAD!!

    4889 of 5455 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Nothing but hassle

    • Written by from Langley

    If apple is going to pretend that their products work straight out of the box, they might want to take another look at this one. It is slow, doesn't work properly, and wouldn't be worth half of what it costs even if it did. Typical apple: overpriced, underperforming and incompatible.

    5237 of 5825 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great App!

    • Written by from Winston-Salem

    This is an excellent application. In addition to being able to view high definition video full screen, there are many other useful features; audio and video recording, exporting in many different formats, and much more.

    7204 of 7761 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Middletown

    Wow, for those PC users who have bashed this product, you must be missing something. This is SO easy to use, and the help pages have clean and clear instructions for those of us who don't just get it. I have used multiple (five) different video editing programs, and this is BY FAR THE EASIEST TO USE!!!!! I appreciate the reviews of those who mentioned to download the player 7.1 before you install. I have had no issues and would like to see what else MAC comes up with. Only wish they had media card readers on their notebooks and home units. Got to get back to some EASY editing.....

    6294 of 6783 people found this useful

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Oakland

    stop dissing windows -_-

    quicktime pro works perfectly fine with me AND i have a windows

    3333 of 3660 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    great for all movies and videos too.

    • Written by

    I love this product and will use it for all my projects.

    6127 of 6485 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    QuickTime Pro 7 - Windows

    • Written by from Richmond

    Updated my Direct X (Microsoft.com)and it work fine.

    10375 of 10899 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't upgrade!

    • Written by

    Everything worked fine with itunes and Quicktime until I loaded the latest version. I tried removing them and re-installing, made no difference. This was definitely not a good move Apple!

    3769 of 4246 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    It works absolutely perfect on WinXP

    • Written by from elkins

    I have the Windows version. I have no problems. I've been using QuickTime Pro since version 5, and have never had a problem. If you are having problems with it on Windows, look for help in the forums. I've seen quite a few complaints about 'buffer underrun'. One of two things is going on: you have too many QuickTime movies playing at once and/or you don't have enough physcial RAM. Windows uses from 300 to 500MB to run. I have 3GB. I've had 9 movies open at once, while transcoding a 10th.

    6428 of 6866 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Its Kinda Good and Kinda Bad...

    • Written by from Fellsmere

    QuickTime has many cool features that make it stand out but it also has some features that are not good... like Speed! Many people want a fast and accurate converter to convert thier videos very fast and also very good, QuickTime is good in Quality but very very slow sometimes... Apple should make QuickTime for PC users be compatible with Hardware Components to make it fast like ATI or NVIDIA. I think QuickTime is going to be very good, we just have to give apple some time to think of the things that quicktime needs. For People who are not sure if you should buy or not, Check out the other peoples Reviews and see what they have to say or just learn for yourself in the Quicktime website.

    3226 of 3557 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Slow, Horrible, Waste of money!

    • Written by from Scarborough

    Having just bought my new iPod, I was all excited about being able to play my pre-existing music videos. The sales told me that QuickTime Pro was needed to convert the format so I did what I was told and spent $40CAD on the program. Little did I know, it took 20 minutes just to convert 20% of a 3 minute-music-video. I ended just going on google to search for a freeware that does the conversion, and IT WORKS MUCH FASTER AND DOES NOT LAG MY COMPUTER!

    Quicktime Pro was certainly not money well spent. For those new iPoders just like me, a word of advice: Do some research first before getting tricked into buying a program that does not work!

    3238 of 3619 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty unhappy with Windows version

    • Written by from Madison

    I thought what I had read from the other Windows reviewers was probably just them... it would work for me. Nope. I get the same buffer over run error when I try to export to MOV. Also, the MPEG-2 plug in appears to be for QT6... QT7 doesn't recognize my MPEG-2 files as valid movie files (even though I have a myriad of applications which do). I'm not very happy with it. Caveat Emptor.

    2125 of 2374 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Maybe it is not the program

    • Written by from Little Rock

    I have been running QT on my Mac for a long time and it is the only thing I will use for day to day stuff. I use a PC at my office, PC actually stands for piece of ?. GET A REAL COMPUTER, GET A MAC!!!!!!

    2727 of 3027 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    It's pants

    • Written by

    I had Itunes and quicktime working perfectly until I made the mistake of installing the latest update. Now it doesn't work. I have uninstalled, cleaned up the registry, re-installed, unintsalled, rebooted and rebooted. It's rubbish. Well done Apple. Think you need to roll back the update to version 5!

    1763 of 1974 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Quicktime is excellent

    • Written by from San Clemente

    Quicktime player is an excellent program for Mac. I convert and view videos on it. I don't know much about it for PCs, but the crashes on PCs are probably because it is a PC.... Macs are much better than PCs.

    2714 of 2952 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Works better on the Mac

    • Written by from Boerne

    I have QuickTime 7 Pro for both Windows XP and the Mac. So far it has been very stable on OS X. However, on Windows XP (both Pro and Home) it crashes during playback of mpeg 4 videos if I go in or out of full screen mode. This happens fairly regularly on two different Windows XP machines.

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Crashed my computer too

    • Written by from Brooklyn

    Same as the writer of 'worthless' (may 25 2006), when I tried to convert an AVI file to MOV, my computer crashed significantly. The machine went off, and started beeping. The beeping did not even stop when I removed the power cord - had to wait a little longer. It was terrifying.

    I hope Apple gives me my money back.

    1035 of 1210 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Skippack

    Every version of QuickTime Pro I have used generates a buffer overrun when I attempt to export. This is an OLD error that I have reported to Apple 1001 times over YEARS. It happens on every computer I own. The current version also won't PLAY any MOVs I create with my Kodak or Nikon digital cameras. It actually blue screens XP. Total crash and burn. JUNK.

    1081 of 1245 people found this useful