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sorry I don't have the knowledge, other than people didn't have so many questions, trouble, and waste of time before social media and tinkering. software should be supported just as hardware, other than missing a disk drive and the art of being user friendly.


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I finally resolved this by using iTunes Sync to add photos to an album in iPhone. It is only slightly different as my photos went back to a separate album, not Camera Roll but that’s okay. I noticed that the location name was restored and since it syncs Videos too, I’m sure slow-mo videos would work the way they should. Also, latest Quicktime player on Mac ...


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Try having two Quicktime recording windows open (one Movie recording--iPhone screen and audio, and one Audio recording for your microphone). Just start the two recording sessions together (they don't have to started at the exact same time, you can edit them later) and then use iMovie or Final Cut Pro to edit the clips so your iPhone audio and visual plays ...


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While it may be true that the 5S has lower quality low-light video recording than other iPhones, there is a fundamental physics fact that you have to keep in mind: To get more light in a picture –controlling for other factors such as ISO and aperture– you need more time for each picture, more exposure. I just did a test on my iPhone 6, and the "problem" ...


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Here's your issue: With video, frames must be captured with a minimum of 1/30s shutter rate (for 30fps video), and with photo, the minimum is 1/10s (for 10fps burst). Because of that difference, iPhone can take a photo with a 1/15s shutter or anything faster than 1/10s, while for video frames, this shutter speed is 1/30s. Slower shutter speed means darker ...


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On 24 of July I tried for some hours to get iTunes 12.x (actual version at this time) to play other 3rd Party Codecs. In short: I was not successful. iTunes has changed a lot, so none of the older hacks work anymore. I'm very interested in a solution for this problem, because I have a lot of FLAC-Files I would love to manage in iTunes. If I find a solution ...


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The substantial difference between the brightness of an iPhone 5s's low-light photographs versus the videos it creates under the same conditions is, as the annoying saying goes, a known issue. This is my summary: The performance of the 5s is inferior to the 4, 5, and 5c models It's apparently due to a unique combination of hardware and software There's ...


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You could try this really old hint to Make iTunes 6 accept non-native video formats, which explains how it used to be possible to add .AVI and other formats that iTunes does not support natively to its video library by using the Saving As… command and creating a small reference .MOV movie. iTunes did accept these reference movies in its library, while it ...


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I upgraded the iPad to IOS 9 Public Beta and did not turn iCloud on and the issue was solved. This is not an ideal solution and I'm lucky that the Beta was available. I tried reinstalling IOS 8.4 multiple times and the problem persisted. I tried both restoring the iPad from the cloud and starting fresh after an IOS 8.4 install. Both of these failed. I ...


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Facebook has a limit of 1 Gig or 20 minutes Video. Also RECOMMEND uploading video files in .MP4 format. So you definitely need to cut back.


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I'm not familiar with Windows but it seems that this may work. If you have the iCloud Control Panel installed you should navigate to your Pictures folder and open the Photo Stream folder. In here you can paste your photos into the Uploads folder and they will automatically sync to your iPhone. Videos cannot be synced through this method, however they can be ...


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While gaming related, this post looks relevant to you. The long and the short is that VRAM actually affects video performance fairly minimally. The major gain is the ability to run multiple monitors/higher resolutions. That said, the answer to "is enough" in computer circles is almost always "get the most" if you're planning on using a single monitor and ...


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The minimum amount of VRAM Apple recommends for running Final Cut Pro X is 256 MB. As a Final Cut Pro user myself (albeit a very light user), I find that 1 GB is sufficient, though I rarely put the program "through its paces," and the work you will be doing will likely be on a larger scale. 1 GB also happens to be Apple's minimum recommendation for editing ...


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The video memory will not be upgradable. You can upgrade the system RAM, and if you were able to find one, the Solid State Drive. I have no Final Cut Pro experience, so I can't say if the 2gb video RAM is enough.


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This might be the reason. Mozilla blocks Flash in Firefox browser as Adobe issues emergency patch for latest security exploits as of July 14, 2015 / 8:15 am While the block doesn’t completely prevent Firefox users from using Flash, it does mean users will have to actively click-to-enable the plugin.


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If you click on the "Missing Plug-in" message in the Safari window it should display a pop-up message that says. This is telling you that you need a plugin that allows you to view WMP (or Windows Media Player) content. This page contains content of “application/x-ms-wmp” type. You do not have the plug-in required to view this content. This page may ...


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Your MacBook Pro HDMI port is output only. So no, you can not use it as input for your recording. Your alternatives are USB 3 or Thunderbolt.


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A Mac can display side-by-side 3D content with 3D players, or turn them into 2D files instead.


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Copy and paste the three second clip ten times in a row. The fastest way to do this is with keyboard shortcuts and the insertion point moves along as you paste.


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In mac VLC. either go to "windows" tab or press command+E. in that go to mice' tab and click on the Anaglyph.. thats it SBS movie will play in normal 3D



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