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I have created separate playlists for my devices (one for music and one for video). I just sync those playlists instead of manually maintaining the Sync Movies list. This is much easier since you can use the deeper integration of playlists in iTunes to manage the contents. (drag/drop, popup menu, ... etc).
In the Photos app, select the Albums view and you'll see a Recently Deleted album there. Deleting the video from there will free the space for you. If you're not hurting for space, you can leave them and they'll be cleared from the device after 30 days. Each photo/video in the album is shown with the remaining countdown before the media is permanently ...
Step 1 would be to look the status of your Chrome GPU settings. Paste this "chrome://gpu/" in Chrome web address field. On my MBA 10.9.5 Chrome Version 38.0.2125.101 it looks like this Graphics Feature Status Canvas: Hardware accelerated Flash: Hardware accelerated Flash Stage3D: Hardware accelerated Flash Stage3D Baseline profile: Hardware accelerated ...
No, Apple provides no official way of doing this. If you really need to, you could use Option 3 listed in the tutorial you linked to, the Apple Digital AV Adapter, combined with some sort of external video capture device for you Mac like the Elgato Game Capture HD Game Recorder.
At the moment it's not possible with a cable, but it will be possible in Yosemite by using your charging cable and QuickTime. (record your screen) For now you can use Reflector, this doesn't even require a cable. (mirror and record your screen)
iMovie & VLC can both do it I'm not sure VLC can export the result, but iMovie can. There's also RotateMyVideo which will do it online iMovie from Crop... VLC from Effects & Filters > Video Effects > Geometry > Transform Source : http://www.wikihow.com/Rotate-a-Video
I opened iMovie, and imported the upside down video (which only appears upside down in non-Apple apps, like VLC). Since iMovie is an Apple app, it is able to read the rotation metadata, so it showed the video correctly. I then simply exported the video as an MP4 from iMovie, which resulted in a video with the correct orientation. No manual rotation was ...
I'd recommend using the app called Documents (https://readdle.com/products/documents). You can save all kinds of documents on it and it's easy to use and organize files on.
AFAIK these display are not HDCP compliant therefore you'll have some troubles watching movies that have these protections.
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