QuickTime Pro 7, PC + Mac?

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  1. combatcolin macrumors 68020

    combatcolin

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    Downloaded via limewire the Pro crack key for QT6, i feel that Apples Quicktime software should do everything that Microsofts Medai Player so i have no guilt about doing so.

    Now with QT7, key dosn't work, and feel very tempted to buy a QT7 pro key .

    Problem.

    I have a thumping big Dell 24" monitor. WHICH IS GOOD

    :)

    I have an old AMD XP 2000 with a Radeon 8500 64MB. WHICH ISN'T AS GOOD

    :(

    As you can imagine the imminet release (i say that loosly) of the Intel Powermac means i can watch 1080 QT7 movie traliers at full speed.
    And lots of other things but the tralier part is so cool to show off!

    Which leads to my question, bit drawn out but i wanted you to see my point.

    If i bought a QT pro key and used it on my current PC system, would i be able to transfer the key to my (future) Powermac?

    Many Thanks
     
  2. MisterMe macrumors G4

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    You do understand that it is a violation of the rules of this forum to discuss pirated software herre?
     
  3. rendezvouscp macrumors 68000

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    Keys for Windows do not work on Macs. You'll have to buy another key for your new Mac.
    -Chasen
     
  4. mkrishnan Moderator emeritus

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  5. BornAgainMac macrumors 603

    BornAgainMac

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    Microsoft Media Player can't edit nothing and you can't extract sound from movies or add your own, or convert from one format to another format. Plus you can scrub video with it. It has some basic iTunes type functionality in it and does full screen video but hardly a free Quicktime Pro.
     
  6. jsw Moderator emeritus

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    I believe that, in this case, he's planning to go legit.

    And, as mentioned above, the PC and Mac keys are not interchangeable.
     
  7. combatcolin thread starter macrumors 68020

    combatcolin

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    Ah well.

    i'll wait.

    Still, not being able to save what you have downloaded is a major flaw for Quicktime.
     
  8. FireArse macrumors 6502a

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    hang on...

    Just a quick note - you can play full H.264 1080p QT movies/trailers now on a minumum of a dual 2GHz G5. You don't need to wait for Intel PowerMacs for that!

    F
     
  9. combatcolin thread starter macrumors 68020

    combatcolin

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    Yes you can.

    :)

    But im not!

    Intel for me!

    8% edu discount + 5% egg money card = 13% discount on the new entry level Intel Powermac, price of which will probably be £1400, = £182, being spent on BT & KB package upgrade, GPU upgrade and said QT7 key.

    :)
     

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