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Turns out that it worked fine after upgrading to Yosemite and Photos 1.0.1. So I'll just chalk it up to the old version of iPhoto.


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QLVideo can display metadata, thumbnails and static QuickLook previews of H.265 video (as long as the H.265 stream is packaged within a suitable container e.g. .mkv, .ts, etc). Given the architecture of the QuickLook and QuickLookUI frameworks only Apple can add support for playable QuickLook previews. There's some discussion of this under QLVideo Issue#3.


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No you cannot. Apple makes you do a full system backup so they can get all your data saved to their servers. This means all apps and all app data are copied to your computer through iTunes and a list of all your files is sent to Apple secretly every time you plug in the iPhone to your computer. Also it is Apple's marketing policy to make advance users ...


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The DV format files are in a format designed in 1995, the compression of video has gotten, ahem, a bit better in the ensuing 20 years. That is why the file size looks so big. It is big. .dv is a compressed format, but the audio remains uncompressed. What you need to do is go through the manual of the camcorder that shot the video (or something similar) and ...


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I get this issue on some movies and in the end copied tehm out of the Photos folder where they are held as mov files.


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By definition, either Acrobat or Adobe Reader would be considered standards for viewing a given PDF. Since your PDF does not display the embedded video in Preview, this would indicate a bug within Preview that needs to be reported to Apple. In addition to decribing how you created the PDF, they'd need a copy of that PDF for testing.


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To fix, use the monitor's menu and change Size&Position/Image Size to Screen Fit. (I connected a MacBook Pro 2013 via HDMI to the same monitor and the quality was horrible.)


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I have not been able to get this to work in QuickTime X, I believe it has been removed as a feature.


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Just a suggestion, VLC Media Player also supports showing picture and video files as well, so maybe select all and open them up in VLC media player? Then open the playlist on VLC Command + Alt + P and click on Title to sort alphabetically Then do the same on Finder, use View > as list or Command + 1 and click on Name Then show the Finder (with all ...


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I thought I might like to have something like this too, so I threw together an app that does this. Feel free to try it out! Warning though: I have one video where the skip value doesn't work. I'm not sure why it only has an issue with this one video... Just a heads up. It works 99% of the time though! Push 1 to place the video or image being shown in sort ...


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Not sure if anyone is still looking for the answer to this but as far as yosemite is concerned these answers are wrong. You simply drag the clip or movie into the timeline as normal and click either the entire clip or section that you want and then you click on enhance. Once you do that you now make sure to click on the video camera icon and the option for ...


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Had the same problem. Apparently in a lot of cases it is just an issue of 5.1 Dolby audio which can't natively be handled by iTunes, but by QuickTime. I did a container conversion/repackaging with free MKVtools v2. (Don't get the latest) It is pretty easy and fast, open the MKV in the converter, check "Pass through video" and "Convert audio to 2ch" and ...


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QuickLook's API is not all that great. It's meant for documents that can be displayed in a single frame, like text or photographs. There is no way that I know of (or apparently anyone else) to have QuickLook play movies. Apple obviously can, but they're clearly using APIs that the rest of us do not have access to.


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I would suggest you zip the files and give your friends read-only access to the volume. So when they double click a ZIP file, they will be asked where to extract the file to (as they cannot just extract to your share), which usually by default is their home folder or desktop folder.


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I use Beamer ($19.99, free trial). It's got a flat, Yosemite-native theme, and is 100% reliable if your network and the AppleTV on it are configured correctly. Dragging files to the Beamer icon will immediately start playback on the AppleTV. It works with every format except WMV that I've run into thus far, including DivX, MKV, and all the native video ...


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I don't have much experience with iMovie, but I would suggest exporting your video, then uploading it to YouTube. In the past I have used inbuilt uploading mechanics and they don't tend to be the most reliable of things.


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Right-click on the video and select Inspect Element. Click the disclosure triangle next to the video element to reveal the source element. Click the src attribute value to download the video.


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I had and now again the same problem but on a SAMSUNG Series 7 Gamer Notebook (AMD Radeon HD 6970M). It's because of the overheating: it's hardware. Go to an electronics shop and ask there, as it is because of your graphics card.


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I just experienced the same issue for the past week on a mid-2012 quad-core MBPr w/ 16 GB ram. Turns out it was caused by a program called Memory Monitor. After disabling this program the issue stopped and I get smooth video playback. Update: After more observation it appears to be a memory issue. If I spin up a Parallels VM the stutter comes back, but ...


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Had the same issue the other day as well with larger videos. Ended up just copying and pasting the video from its raw location. ~/UserName/Pictures/Photos Library/Masters/Year/##/##/file.mov The above file path is a general description of where the raw data sits for the Photos.app. It is not user friendly and not made to be searched through. I found ...



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