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I emailed it to my hotmail account (wouldn't go to my verizon account too big I guess and it's only 4 meg geeze) well went to my hotmail account and worked perfect slo mo and all. then I copied (dragged and dropped to my desktop Windows 7) plyed it from there still slo mo was just the way it was on my IPhone 6 plus.


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But I don't think itunes support avi file since all Apple device only accepts .mp4, .mov and .m4v videos. You'd better convert avi to mp4 or other Apple supported video format before straming via AirPlay.


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My guess is that your CPU just isn't up to the task of decoding the stream of data that makes up the video stream for several reasons. Amazon video is using a somewhat inefficient codec and software stack to deliver the content. The software to render the video is likely single threaded on your Mac OS. Your CPU has only two cores and at 1.66 GHz of that ...


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It turned out that switching a setting on Amazon's website from the Silverlight player to the Flash player solved the problem. For anyone else with the same problem the setting is on this page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201460940&encoding=UTF8&ref=atv_pc_pp_more Thank you @bmike for your advice nonetheless!


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I would say until it uses up all its storage. How long it takes to do that would depend on the scene being shot and how long the intervals between taking photos are.



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