4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 13, 2011 11:48 AM by Peter Inova1
Peter Inova1 Level 1 (0 points)

With Lion comes new "issues."


I have Final Cut Pro 7 installed on Lion. It works. I want to open QuickTime Pro for all its secondary features like stringing together stills into time-lapse and things like that.


But I can't get QuickTime Pro into Lion at all. Since I have Final Cut Pro 7, I also own QTP, but I can't get it to even show up in Apple's web pages to download.


Obviously, I'm doing something weird. But wha?

Mac Pro 8 core, Mac OS X (10.7), 6 GB RAM
  • KeanuReeves Level 3 (535 points)

    Can you navigate to this page:




    If you can, you should be able to click on "Download now" to get quicktime 7.


    You get then key in a registration key if you have on, and enable the pro features.

  • Niel Level 10 (298,417 points)

    The OP needs to use this download and not the one you linked to, which is only for 10.5.



  • QuickTimeKirk Level 9 (52,210 points)

    Look in the Utilities folder for QuickTime Player 7.6.6.

    Having Final Cut installed should automatically enable the "Pro" features.

  • Peter Inova1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you all. When I went to find the right download page, I used Apple's handy search tool and was directed to this address, which jammed things infinitely: (shown in webloc form)



    (the usual)://localhost/Users/peterinova/Desktop/Apple%20-%20Search%20Results%20for% 20'quicktime%20pro'.webloc
    The download went okay.
    After a reboot the Registration page showed Apple Pro Apps User and now all seems to be aligned.
    Since I had to go back to my install disks to get FCP Studio into Lion, is that where it didn't load?
    Anybody else notice that when you edit a reply for, say, simple paragraph breaks to keep the text from jamming up, that the edited version jumps back to a non-spaced condition right before reposting it as jammed up?
    Hence my spacer periods in the lines above.
    Where do I report a bug in the Support Community page department?