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Forgive me if I've missed something, but iTunes organizes video files and meets all of your stated requirements as of the time of this posting. You can add images to the file's metadata, set the season, and set the episode by right-clicking on the file, selecting 'get info', and entering the data in the appropriate spaces. iTunes will display files' ...


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iTunes has entire sections dedicated to Movies and TV Shows, alongside Music, that allows you to do everything that you asked for. Files can be imported in your iTunes Music library, or a separate library, and can be organised into series/seasons and episodes, with cover photos.


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I don't think you can record directly to the iPad, but you could do it in a 2-stage process: Record from the analog video source to an SD card. There are various screen grabbers and mobile video recorders that can record to SD cards or similar devices. Something like this perhaps, though I'm not sure about the video codec being iPad compatible. I think ...


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The name for these types of files is QuickTime VR. With this name you can search for applications to help open and convert the format. FreePV is an open source project for Linux and Windows that claims to view QuickTime VR files: FreePV - Opensource panorama viewer FreePV is a viewer for QuickTime (QTVR), SPiV, cylindrical, cubic and cylindrical ...


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iMovie only reads AVI that both the audio and the video were compressed by using a codec that iMovie can recognize. If your AVI video files are not imported, it's because of the codec used to create the AVI file is not supported by iMovie, even if you have Perian installed, which only allows you to play AVI in QuickTime. If you want to edit AVI in iMovie, ...


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I may have found a solution. Preferences / Settings → Server → Network → Secure Connections → Disabled


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Yes, stop using iTunes. Use a separate video program to watch the files and store them in your own folders.


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Go to your system's display setting and navigate to the color tab. Click Calibrate and follow the process to set the display up as desired. In the end, it asks you for a name for the new display profile and saves it so you can easily switch between profiles.


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It supports up to 512MB on 13" models. I'm afraid if your model is 15" or 17" there's nothing you can do. Oh wait, your last chance is to upgrade (coming this fall) to Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan which includes Metal, a new graphic framework. I have El Captain Beta installed and the allocated GPU memory went from 1024 MB (in Yosemite) to 1536 MB.


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60 FPS 10 minutes video 1.3 GB.


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I don't think you should go through the hassle of splitting your file. I'll go ahead and quote my own answer from a previous post: P2P transfer using torrent. In your situation, here are the benefits: At least as fast as other internet transfers: your upload speed will determine the transfer speed No need to wait for an initial upload to start the ...


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Rather than going to the effort of splitting it then re-combining at the other end... There are dozens of file-sending sites - I mean direct user-to-user not 'dodgy stuff off the interwebz'. I've used https://www.wetransfer.com before now, but Google has a whole lot more options under 'send large files free'


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What I'd do is just split the video in half using iMovie or Final Cut Pro X, then export the project and then send it. Just have your recipient put both halves back together again using iMovie or FCPX.


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this solution worked for me without any difficulty in Aperture 3.6 In the Inspector, click the Library Tab and scroll down to the Projects heading (not the Projects that are situated directly under the Library title - in here you only get the export Library option that you encountered). Highlight the Projects that you want to export. You'll see all the ...


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Try using Video Slimmer app in app store.. This app lets you to shrink video files filmed on your iOS device to smaller file size while keeping good video quality. With just several taps, you will greatly save the precious space on iPhone iPad or iPod.


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There's likely a 3rd-party alternative camera app for that, just search the App Store. There is no way to make your iPhone shoot lower res images short of Jailbreaking it (which I DON'T recommend).


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This is not a problem with the GPU. The report says, this was an issue with: com.apple.WebKit WebKit is the "software" Safari uses to render / draw the webpage. This seems to be a problem originating in the OS X graphics frameworks meaning this a software problem. This could be a bug in Safari or something might be causing it. I recommend using ...


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That log does not show problems with the GPU. The problems come from the Browser you are using (Safari). First try watching without headphones plugged in. Next, try using different browser (Firefox, Chrome...) To verify the GPU is fine, play a video that you downloaded (from your Hard-drive). If above is correct, lets fix your Safari or stay with ...


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The best video player on iOS is Infuse. http://firecore.com/infuse It processes the video on the device and doesn't need any server or previous conversion. It will play your file with the least amount of effort, there is a free version but unfortunately you will need to pay for the Pro because your file contains AC3 audio.


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It is not free but the plex app will allow you to do it. You will need to set up a plex server and stream. The server app is free the viewer app is not.


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You could check out "Record and Listen. Jamcam is great but only records videos for upto 15 seconds.


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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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