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The software you are looking for is called "Digital Rights Management" software, often abbreviated to "DRM". Searching for this term will find a wide range of third party tools and solutions for protecting your videos. The offerings will range from massive companies like Adobe with their Access solution to numerous smaller companies. Protecting ...


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Keynote for iOS does not support this. Apparently Apple does not provide any mechanism for screen-recording (video) within iOS 7, and will not permit any third-party app that enables this. There have been some apps that can do screen recording on iOS 7, but they require jailbreaking the device, and are not authorized by Apple through the App Store. The ...


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I don't know of a free option. There are products like X-Mirage (USD 16), which lets you record your device via AirPlay. This is probably the most hassle-free and cheap solution. You can also buy an HDMI adapter from Apple, or some third party version, and record your gameplay that way using e.g. an HDD-recorder with HDMI input. For this solution you ...


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One way to do this is to use ScreenSharing on your iPad to a device that accepts AirPlay and then capturing the screen remotely. I have answered a question on this scenario using a Mac with Quicktime and some other AirPlay software here, but I'm guessing you don't have a Mac. Luckily you can use the software (AirServer) on a PC, so you can airplay mirror ...


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The slow-motion effect applied to the video in Photos.app is not actually applied to the video file. This means that the 120 fps video remains at 120 fps and is played at this higher fps in Windows. To slow down the video, use a video editor, either on Windows or on the iOS device (such as iMovie which is free on the 5s) to save the slowed video file.


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I would highly recommend the Elgato line of capture hardware as they are reasonably priced, well supported, come with the software you need and have been in the business for quite some time. Even for some prosumer applications, Elgato hardware is good enough for the job as some input sources are not going to be improved by spending $2000 on hardware that ...


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There used to be some free apps, but they stopped working because the devs didn't have time to update them to work with the latest changes to airplay. If you are willing to pay a bit of money you can get apps which turn your Mac into an Airplay server. You can then mirror your iPad's screen to your Mac, and record it there. Reflector is $12.99 AirServer ...


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For what is worth, this is more of a opinion (experience) then a clear answer to your specific question. It has become a "sport" to some to crack anything password protected. So no matter what you use it will be cracked if the content is of high interest. The best protection I found is to use your Ownership information embedded in the video it self. ...


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You can't watch any full screen video that is not in the exact native display resolution without scaling. At least in my knowledge. The question is - is the scaling good or not. You may try different players. If you want pixel to pixel mapping, you can only set the player size to 100% of the video, and it'll show as one of the windows on the screen, ...


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After months of research this is how to disable the annoying animation that occurs on some videos on Youtube. Delete the file called ffmpegsumo.so in: /Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/Versions/[your current version]/Google Chrome Framework.framework/Libaries. And voilà! Enjoy!


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The WMV-extension is a Microsoft video file format and is not compatible with Apple devices like iPad and Apple's iTunes. The most workable way get WMV into iTunes library and sync to iPad is to convert WMV to iTunes/iPad highly compatible video MOV, MP4 or M4V.



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