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   Last updated: February 02, 2012








Mac software Movie2QT




Movie2QT is all about QuickTime movies.  Movie2QT comes in two parts.  Player is an iTunes-like movie player that is capable of playing QuickTime-based movies one after another consecutively.  Tools allows the user to convert other movie formats (QuickTime reference files, FLVs, MKVs, WMVs) into self-contained QuickTime movies.




  • Organize and manage QuickTime-readable video files.
  • Export a selected movie in the playlist with a different set of audio/video compressors.
  • Scale-export QuickTime-readable movie clips into QuickTime clips (MOV).
  • Convert any number of QuickTime reference files into self-contained QuickTime movies.
  • Convert any number of self-contained movie files into reference movies.  (with Version 1.1.0)
  • Convert Flash (FLV) clips into QuickTime movies (MOV).
  • Convert Windows Media Video (WMV) clips into QuickTime movies (MOV).
  • Convert Flash (MKV) clips into QuickTime movies (MOV).  (with Version 1.3.0)






Mac software Movie2QT

Converting the selected movie into a different format


Mac software Movie2QT

Playing one movie after another


Mac software Movie2QT

Scaling an MP4 movie with a reduced duration


Mac software Movie2QT

Converting an FLV video clip into a QuickTime movie


Mac software Movie2QT

Creating an export profile before converting a WMV file into a QuickTime movie






Trial version:


A demo/trial version is available.  This trial version will remain fully functional for 1 week.


  • Click on the button to download a demo/trial version of Movie2QT for Mac.  Mac video tutorials




System requirements:


  • 10.5, 10.6 with PowerPC or Intel Mac
  • QuickTime 7.5 (not QuickTimeX) or higher




Purchasing Movie2QT license:



Purchasing a single license of Movie2QT



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Version History:


1.2.5 to 1.3.0 (December 9, 2010)

  1. The user can now convert Matroska-contain movies (.MKV) into QuickTime movies (MOVs). See Tools > exMKVs.
  2. exFLVs, exMKVs, exWMVs: The display window indicates the number of channels.
  3. exFLVs, exMKVs, exWMVs: The Export button will remain disabled when the imported movie has more than two channels. And a red symbol will appear next to the number of channels on the display window accordingly.
  4. exFLVs, exMKVs, exWMVs: The user can now edit existing profiles by clicking on the Edit button.
  5. Several minor changes and fixes are made involving the profile drop-down menu.


1.2.0 to 1.2.5 (December 4, 2010)

  1. The application is fully compatible with Snow Leopard.
  2. The application remembers the location where it was last closed.
  3. The user can directly contact the software developer to file suggestions and requests by choosing Suggestions/Requests under the Help menu.
  4. Fix: A measure is taken to stop an occasional crash after the user quits the application.
  5. Several other minor fixes and changes are made.


1.1.3 to 1.2.0 (October 12, 2010)

  1. The application checks current computer's OS and QuickTime versions to see if it's well-equipped.
  2. By pressing the space bar (not space + Shift any more!), the user is able to stop the ongoing movie.
  3. The user no longer has to manually play back a movie to change speeds. By pressing Command + 0, Command + 1 ... + Command + 3, the movie will automatically start with the selected speed.
  4. 'Keep Ratio' is deprecated because enabling it will destroy built-in player's user interface.
  5. Pressing Command plus + and Command plus, the user is able to zoom in and out movie screen.
  6. ScaleQT: A new edit field shows the time code equivalent of a new duration.

    Mac software Movie2QT



  7. The user is able to set default export file name and reference movie name suffix in Preferences.
  8. Under Player, the user will not be able to select File > Export or get access to other contextual menu commands when there's no movie in the list.
  9. Other numerous minor fixes and changes are made.


1.1.0 to 1.1.3 (September 19, 2010)

  1. The user can now update file path on Player. Right-button-click on a file in the movie list and choose 'Update File.'

    Mac software Movie2QT

    Unframed movie snapshot



  2. The long version was incorrectly stated.
  3. There were a couple of command-line tools missing in the application package.


1.0.2 to 1.1.0 (June 6, 2010)

  1. The user is now able to batch-convert any number of self-contained QuickTime-readable video files into a reference movie in the exactly same way QuickTime Pro does.  Of course, QuickTime Pro is not required.  Click here for more information.


1.0.0 to 1.0.2 (May 31, 2010)

  1. The width of the main window is fixed to reduce a possibility that the movie playlist would not be resized correctly along with it.
  2. The movie time code is also placed on the main window.
  3. 'Close' (Command+W) is accessible on several windows.



Movie2QT is a product of MacHouse.