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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 ...


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I can recomend iTools app. Select All pictures and Delete. Thats all.


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The pro version of Joby's camera app "GorillaCam Pro" will do this.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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You can find the solution on this link: How to import to Mac/Windows the iOS edited images without losing the changes ;-)


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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 ...


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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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