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This is likely a bug in QuickTime Player. It recognizes both of my iDevices, but not a couple of family member's iDevices. All I could say is try updating the iPad to iOS 9, in the event that it's the iPad acting up.
Restarting the operating system fixed it. :P
You have inadvertently wandered into the murky realm of video codecs. The screen recording you made with Quicktime was initially saved using the extremely efficient H.264 compression algorithm. H.264 is a codec optimised for distribution of video. It is designed to store video using the least possible amount of data at the cost of using a lot of CPU time ...
You can open Task Manager, under Window on the Chrome.app menu bar, and see a list of all running processes inside Google Chrome. You can see Task Name, Memory, CPU, Network and Process ID for each task running at the moment. At the bottom of the Task Manager Window you can end the Task you selected by pressing End Process. [EDIT] If you are on Windows ...
You can have a look at VideoDrive for mac. It does all that automatically: www.aroonasoftware.com It does not have a CLI, but it has a built-in timer to run whenever you want. And it's compatible with Applescript as well.
On your iPhone go to Settings -> General -> Storage & iCloud Usage -> Manage Storage -> . Here you have Backup Options and you can select which apps to include in the backup.
It might be other way to do it, but I would upload it to dropbox from the iPhone (with Dropbox.app) and then delete it from iPhone once checked it uploaded properly.
Movies should come up in the same folder. If you cannot see the video then there are a few things to check: Was the video taken with a different app, and not the native camera app? If so, that data could be accessible through app data in iTunes Are there other folders inside the DCIM folder? After you take several photos and videos, they get spread into ...
You should change the default TV resolution of your Apple TV. Settings --> Audio&Video --> TV Resolution and choose the resolution you want.
It would seem that it could only be in one of two places (and perhaps a third in a stretch) if you recorded it with the built in camera app. Photos -> Albums -> Videos (or Slo-mo) Photos -> Albums -> Recently Deleted As I'm sure you are aware, you can also see videos under "Photos" (left most tab), or under Albums -> Camera Roll. I suspect that you ...
Save Attachment Right click the video in Mail. Select "Save Attachment". Go to where you saved it in Finder. Drag it into Photos. It may take it a while, depending on the age of your Mac, how big the video is, etc.
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