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Sorry, you can't send videos through Snapchat. In the photos app, if you select a photo a share button will pop up(box with arrow). It will give you a myriad of options to send your photo/video. If you've selected a photo, it gives you a Snapchat option. If you select a video, there is no Snapchat. Seems like Snapchat forces you to use their camera for ...


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You do not have the latest version of VLC for OS X, at the present time, the latest version of VLC for OS X is 2.2.2, so you might want to try it and see if the issue persists. In clicking VLC > Check for Update..., note as shown in the image below it says: More than 100 fixes for issues reported for 2.2.1. Full support of Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. ...


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Offline solution: http://www.gifrocket.com is an app for just that! Pretty simple app.


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To record your iPad's screen, you could use QuickTime X that comes for free with OS X Yosemite and OS X El Capitan. Unfortunately your iPad must be running iOS 8 or later for this to work. Connect your iPad to your computer (with the 30 pin or Lightning connector) Open QuickTime Player, usually found in the "Utilities" folder of the Applications folder ...


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I think you should just get a different type of device flip the camera and record while the other device is playing games?


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There are many programs that will import photos from a memory card, so you might want to get more information so that people don't have to guess. Image Capture imports images and then once they are verified - deletes only the files. This deletion is easily reversed with run of the mill "camera card software" that recovers deleted files. See ...


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You already installed the official drivers nVidia to see if this problem is solved? is a two graphical cards Nvidia GT120? look here: http://www.geforce.com/drivers


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Install iTunes on your PC and connect your iPad. When iTunes launches and sees the iPad, click on the iPad icon at the top of the window to the right of the "music, movies TV Shows" icons. Click on "Summary" on the left and you can select the options you want (apps, music, movies, pictures) to sync your media and where you want them copied to. Note that you ...


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You can change scale option in System Preferences—›Displays. Maximum scaled down resolution for MBP Retina 13 is 1680x1050. It's not perfect solution — you still won't get accurate 1080p nor native 2560x1600, — but it's definitely better than 1280x800.


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There are many different ways to do this. The first would be to plug in your phone to a mac, open photos and import your video then upload as you would normally would to Google+ in a browser. The other method to do this is to use airdrop to send your video to a computer and upload it. Find the video in the photos app on your phone, click share and select ...


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I need to preface this by saying having not worked with .ts files I do not know whether or not they can be simply concatenated using cat and as you saw because the are numerically named they get mixed up when using cat *.ts > masi.ts because it sorts lexicographically, so using a ordered list is in order. With that in mind, here is what I did to create a ...


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Though I have not done this myself I have seen discussions where people have combined multiple video files using the command line version of FFMPEG. I believe there is a Mac version so you don't have to compile it from source on ffmpeg.org but beyond that someone else will have to verify that and help you with the proper command syntax.


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Snapchat does. you can only make 10 second videos but its still plays in the background your voice and whatever you're playing from your phone


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According to this website, the VTDecoderXPCService is called to sandbox applications that might play quicktime or other video content. http://appleinsider.com/articles/12/02/09/apple_deadline_for_sandboxing_in_mac_app_store_arrives_march_1/ You could try quitting your applications one by one and seeing which ones are calling that process. For me, it's ...


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It's always a bit tricky to download anything on iOS devices.. When I want to download a youtube video I open the YouTube video in my browser and add "dlv" in front of youtube so that it reads www.dlvyoutube.com and there download it.. Then I transfer it over to the device with iTunes.


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In this case you can't capture 2 recordings simultaneously with Quicktime. You have use additional Apps e.g Garage Band, Audacity, Audio Hijack or a iPhone to record your internal audio. In previous Quicktime Pro Versions it was possible insert a audio sequence to a Quicktime Movie. Here’s a quick how-to: Open Apple iMovie Import your Google Hangout ...


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Recording Audio and Video should perfectly work. Did you select your Microphone besides the Recording Button? See attached screenshot


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In Display Settings inside System Preferences different color schemes or filters can be applied to each display. Try applying a regular filter to the external display and invert colors filter on the main display. If you have any other questions feel free to ask!


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I would first look at the network connection and the Internet connection. If neither of those are the issue, or (as with me) neither of those can be changed, the best I can suggest is to quickly pause the video near the beginning and wait a while, in hopes that your Apple TV will build a sufficient buffer at the desired resolution. If the resolution ...


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AVPlayerHD supports 1.05 to 2x in 0.05 increments (and is available in the Swedish Itunes Store, which Swift Player and Azul aren't, and I assume other non-US users will have the same problem.) I am not affiliated with this app.


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Your suspicions on a 90mb file not being HD are correct. A 25 minute show that is HD would not be 90mb. Hell, that's even small for standard definition quality. Resolution and file size are very different. You can have a video file that is super compressed, but still runs in a higher resolution. The end-result will be a wide & tall, but blurry, picture ...


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First you need to understand that there are a couple of ways that Closed Captioning can be added to a video. If you are looking at iOS specifically, then the video must conform to the CEA-608 encoding standard, and needs to be either a HTTP Live Stream (HLS) or MP4 video. Other video formats WON’T work on iOS as an embedded video if you need CC playback. If ...



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