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I just found my project! imovie quit unexpectedly and then I opened it back up, selected "all projects" in the left column and when I clicked on the thumbnail for the video i got back to the editing screen with all my edits! SOOOOO happy right now, hope this works for someone else too!! xo Krissy


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30 frames per second is based on NTSC broadcasting standards that go all the way back to the invention of television. All recording equipment conforms to this spec even though we don't use analog anymore. NTSC actually runs at 29.975 frames per second, so both your apps are technically correct. We just say "30fps" because it's easier to say and write than ...


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This app does the trick. It will save files to the camera roll. You can turn off the movie rendering. IntervalCam - Create Timelapse Movies by TritheCat Studio https://appsto.re/us/RunTR.i


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This is a temporary answer as I don't have a Mac at hand now. I have to test on a Mac, but the Windows version of 5kPlayer can do it very well; and it has a Mac version. Also, KMPlayer can also do it (also tested just in Windows for the moment) and it has a Mac version it seems (here - Mac Alpha Version: have yet to test too).


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With iMovie (Yosemite) I merged 3 videos made on my iPhone 6s, piece of cake. in Projects (tab) click + Select Movie, no theme Import Media (I had my 3 videos on desktop, Cmd-Click selected all 3 at same time) Import Selected (presto, imported) Click on one of the videos then Cmd-a for selecting all 3. Click Hold-Drag all 3 down to timeline. File, ...


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I don't think Apple supports native HVEC just yet, although I believe the newer AX processors support hardware decoding of it. But you can download an app like VLC and it should have no problem playing it https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/vlc-for-mobile/id650377962?mt=8


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The best way to play hi-res video is to jailbreak it and use XBMC. But videos still get stuck on iPad 3 (I don't have latest version of XBMC, so it may work if video resolution is not very high). And I don't think it will work on 1080p. Infuse should have no problem playing it, though.


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Both Filmic Pro and MoviePro lets you select which mic to use for recording.


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Video is complex! MP4 is just a container! Video have these key elements Containner, Video, Audio, subtitle, Chapter info, METADATA cover pictures. I could tell you what iTunes or iOS need for video Containter must be MP4 (m4v m4a) and MOV Video is H.264 (only 8bit are allowed,not 10bit, r-frame must not excied 16) Audio (must in AAC, ALAC, or AC3 format, ...


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A method which works for me is to use Google Photos and a WiFi network. I install Google Photos on my iPhone. When the iPhone is connected to a WiFi network, the video automatically gets uploaded to Google Photos. After the video is uploaded and processed, I can simply download it from Google Photos onto my PC. The shortcoming of this method is that it ...


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Wow I finally found a solution. I found https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/FFMPEG_An_Intermediate_Guide/subtitle_options and https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/HowToBurnSubtitlesIntoVideo so I tried a few things and found this worked. C:\Users\Chloe\Videos>"\Program Files\WinFF\ffmpeg.exe" -i russian_ark.mp4 -i russian_ark.vtt -vcodec copy -acodec copy -scodec ...


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VTT subtitles are a feature of HTML5 which is why it is working in Chrome. iTunes doesn't support them. You will need to 3rd party utility to embed the subtitle as an additional track in the MP4 container. Normally I would recommend Subler for this but I don't believe it supports VTT subtitles yet. However, if you can convert the VTT file into SRT ...


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You can use the program iExplorer. It is free, and you can download it to view files on your iDevice. Simply plug in your phone, open iExplorer, and then on the sidebar, select Photos -> Recorded Videos.


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I have the hdmi adapter and I think iOS handles that the same way as air play does. Some apps like Amazon Video or the movies app have a good support for AirPlay. I can lock my iPhone and it will go on. But the last time I checked YouTube it didn't had the good support, it only mirrored the screen. I think this is a problem of the app you are using.


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This is the sort of thing that Handoff could be used for, but third-parties have been very slow to adopt it. And you presumably want something better than pasting URLs into the built-in Notes app, with iCloud syncing turned on. If it's always URLs you want to send, your best bet is possibly a third-party tool for sharing and syncing clipboard items between ...


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I just use dropbox, videos automatically go into the camera uploads folder. If the video isn't showing up because it already got moved to your icloud click the video and hit edit so that it downloads to your phone then plug back in and it will copy to your dropbox camera uploads folder. It can be a pesky process if it's more than one video, wish there was a ...


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Try downloading reflector, it will mirror your screen, allowing you to use a screen recorder on your Mac to record it.


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You might want to try this solution from Apple's own forum (be sure to back-up your Bookmarks first): Open a Finder window. Select your Home folder in the Sidebar on the left. Now open the Library folder then the Safari folder. Move the LastSession.plist and the Downloads.plist files from the Safari folder to the Trash. Restart your Mac. ...



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