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You can try with this app: Record And Listen This app solves the problem of not being able to record a video while playing music from your library. You choose a song and record a video which is automatically saved to your phone. This app is great for taking dance videos, or if you just want to continue playing your music while taking a video. Price is ...
Check to make sure there's not any lint buildup in the Lightning port. Get a wooden or plastic toothpick (do not use anything metallic) and clean the port out, swiping from one edge to the other, then pulling out any bunched up lint or dust. Even a small amount of buildup will prevent the accessory from fully seating properly, sometimes generating a "This ...
Loved this post, I used it to make photos think my bursts weren't bursts. Useful when you've picked out all the photos you want and have to import them back in. This script (all it does is ensure all burst photos have a unique uuid) needs exiftools installed on a mac. You can probably run it on windows with a few changes.... #!/bin/bash #move files in a ...
Well then, that SUCKS. Unreal, that they couldn't include such a simple function. As a possible solution, I've found that if I want to duplicate or copy a photo in the Camera Roll section, the only way to do it is to send it in an email to myself and then download the photo again. That way you can make as many copies of it as you need.
I believe this is a bug in the latest Photos app 1.3, which was released on Dec 8 2015. It only imports pictures that has a filename such as DSCxxxx.JPG or IMG_xxxx.PNG. Also if you select "Import" from the menu and select your microsd card, all folders on that card are grayed out.
The simplest way to confirm a hardware problem is to boot your machine using a different startup disk and testing the issue in question. To do so you would require an external HD or USB drive, with an OS installed on it, preferably Mac OS. Simply connect such external media to your machine via USB or Firewire and boot up the computer while holding down the ...
The green LED is hardwired to the camera. If the green light is on, the camera is on. If the green light is off, the camera is off. So, I believe your camera is turning on and off, on and off, on and off… There are a couple other things you can try: Try a different user account: if you have another user account on your MacBook, log in to it and try to use ...
There is an app called MoviePro. It has lots of video options. It allows you to switch between front and back cameras. Find the app here : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moviepro-video-recorder-limitless/id547101144?mt=8
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