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You can use " PicBack - Photo Transfer App " it works with a regular USB cable, which is 3x faster than WiFi transfer and there is absolutely no third-party software to install it imports photos and videos directly To camera roll and it can also find duplicated photos , very handy and very easy to use, you can find it at the app store ...
I can recomend iTools app. Select All pictures and Delete. Thats all.
The pro version of Joby's camera app "GorillaCam Pro" will do this.
You are correct. This is because it is switching from the Camera app to the Photos app. People have been a little annoyed with this for a long time, but I suppose the separation is logical. To get back to the camera you can either: Double tap the home button and swipe from right to left and then tap the camera app, or Swipe up from the bottom of the ...
If Image Capture app won't help, here's a solution which must work for 99% After giving up on studying various sources on this topics and trying to delete it from my iPhone 3GS (iOS 6.1.6), I gave a last chance and Vualá! A quick tip: simply clean your DCIM folder via iFunBox. If not familiar with this keywords, read below: Step by step Solution: backup ...
Mystery solved! Behold the following two screenshots. The first is from Camera 1: and the second from Camera 2: See the difference? One of the cameras had a DCIM folder as a top-level directory (created, I can only assume, when I used that camera once to take a still photo) and the other did not. Apparently the presence of that folder is what caused ...
You can find the solution on this link: How to import to Mac/Windows the iOS edited images without losing the changes ;-)
The hardware is capable of 30fps, I have this model (MacBookPro9,1, i7 2.3 GHz) on my desk in front of me and just shot a movie that lists as 29.81fps at 720p. However, Apple will, in software, reduce the frame rate if your HDD/SSD/other storage and/or processor and memory are not capable of handling the maximum frame rate at the time of capture. The do ...
Without - no, not unless your cam manufacturer makes something Mac-specific [but then again, that wouldn't truly be without, just free]. With - I'd recommend Webcam Settings 8 bucks from the App Store. It's what turned my Logitech from a barely functional lump balanced on my monitor into something actually useful.
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