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I used the iPhone's imovie app to just add a simple filter, then it will allow you to export the video while keeping the slow motion intact. I'd suggest adding a filter or even Just trimming a small bit or something so iMovie allows you to export it (doesn't give you the option unless you make some sort of edit). Wa-la!
Open the web inspector and look in the resource list for the active network connection (indicated by the spinning pinwheel next to the resource) as this is usually the stream file. Clicking the resource will show the Full URL under the Location section of the resource inspector. This URL can be added in VLC. Note that ...
If you have the source URL, then you can stream it with VLC. VLC- File- Open Network.
I have the C910 and it's totally working on my Mac Pro and my MacBook Air. QuickTime can record 1080p, as well as iMovie/FinalCut should. There is no necessarity for drivers or additional software to get this working on your Mac.
It doesn't appear possible to do something like VLC folder/ folder2/ from the command line. Instead I've successfully created an Automator service that generates a playlist and launches the application passing the list to it. Here is the service... To include subfolders enable the option Repeat for each subfolder found in the first action shown above. ...
iOS Devices only support natively MP4 H.264. By natively I mean, it is the only format with hardware acceleration. Using hardware acceleration instead of software decoding will save you some battery time.
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