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I press the copy button, and that's all it does where does it go??? http://a57.foxnews.com/media2.foxnews.com/2016/07/25/876/493/072516_ff_florida_1280.jpg?ve=1&tl=1


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My iPhone6 22 minute video is 3.1GB. 3100/22 = 140MB per minute. This is 1920 x 1080 (1080p) @ 30 fps. I checked the Frames Per Second in Settings>Photos & Camera>Record Video in my iPhone6 menu. I saw it was 1920x1080 pixels per frame when I imported the video to my Macbook using a program called Image Capture.


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Yes, it is possible. This method works with at least iOS 9. Make sure your iPhone is locked Press the lock key on the top of your iPhone to brighten it, without unlocking it completely Slide the bottom right camera icon half way up, and don’t let go. Keep your finger in this way Slide the camera modes to video, again keeping your finger on the ...


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Your best bet is reverse engineering the existing Transitions if you investment in time costs less than the $50 for Motion which is the official tool for making custom transition effects. Look in /Applications/iMovie.app/Contents/PlugIns/MediaProviders/MotionEffect.fxp/Contents/Resources/Templates.localized/Transitions.localized and the transition file is ...


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Speedeo just came out for both iPhone and iPad and allows you to increase / decrease videos in 0.25 increments. You can also resume watching videos quickly from the history screen. You can view videos from 0.25x to 2x speed, quite neat for watching presentations / tutorials. Note: I am one of the developers of this app


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I have one solution that works with Google Drive. Upload your video to Google Drive from your desktop. From your iPhone open the Google Drive app and locate your video. Select the three dots next to the video you want to upload to instagram. Select the "Send a copy" menu item Select Instagram from the apps you would like to send the video to. Done. If ...


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Time Capsule shares files via SMB protocol, so if your TV can connect to a networ share, you are good to go. If your TV cannot do that, you'd have to jailbreak the TC since it doesn't allow running apps or media streaming code out of the box.


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Try updating to the latest OS X Yosemite version. Safari 9 is also available for 10.10.5


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No, for my machine MacBook Pro (13", Early 2015) with Dell P2715Q (3840×2160 @ 60 Hz) can not play 4k Youtube smoothly. Yes my Macbook pro 13" Early-2015 can play 4k Youtube video smoothly on Dell P2715Q but must be via Safari, but not Chrome I don't know what fps is played, but I will put the stat for nerds here. If you know please tell me


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I tried to do this answer myself to make it easier to explain to you but that answer is over complex, I bet it is something really small.. But here it is: http://superuser.com/a/371939 If this worked for you, let us know what you did, in a better way please! :)


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Use next parameters to ensure compatibility with apple devices. -profile:v baseline -level 3.0 This disables some advanced features but provides for better compatibility. Typically you may not need this setting (and therefore avoid using -profile:v and -level), but if you do use this setting it may increase the bit rate quite a bit compared to what is ...


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I have two solutions, the first one is to export to QuickTime with the audio and then remove the audio the secondary is to first remove the audio then export to QuickTime. Solution 1 First export to QuickTime Open iMovie and create a new movie project (you can remove the new project later) Drag and drop the video file to the large grey section at the ...



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