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There isn't a way to switch between recording frames per second whilst recording, or to record at 60fps at all. Recording with the video mode will record at 30fps and recording with the slow-mo mode will record at 120fps. This 120fps footage can be slowed to 60fps, or simply by removing frames as 30fps footage is recorded, in post processing.


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the only option using the iphone's camera is by switching between Slow-Mo and Video modes. You can then speed up a Slow-Mo video to normal speed in the photos app pretty easily. You can't convert normal videos to Slow-Mo. There are probably a ton of apps that offer a bit more manual configuration than that. But I don't know of them.


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VLC for iPhone works from iOS 6.1? If that's fine, heres the link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vlc-for-ios/id650377962?mt=8 Movie Player works from iOS 5.1, here's the link: https://itunes.apple.com/ae/app/movie-player-plays-any-video!/id406779775?mt=8


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One solution : Kill the process Safari Web Content. Warning : In all pages, you will lose all the data you may have entered. Explanation : The process Safari Web Content has just been killed without human intervention. And Safari reloads all the pages. This is a bug in Safari. It happens from time to time, when many pages are loaded, it is a kind of ...


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iOS does not expose its filesystem to apps, outside their own sandbox. As far as an app is concerned, the only files on the iPad (or iPhone, or iPod Touch) are its own files, in its own sandbox. You can upload the files to VLC by either using 'open with' (from Dropbox or from other apps that expose the ability to open files in other apps), or by going to ...


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I've uploaded QuickLook and Spotlight plugins here: https://github.com/Marginal/QLVideo . These allow Finder to display thumbnails, previews and metadata for most types of video files. Packaged binary is here: https://github.com/Marginal/QLVideo/releases .


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The fact that iTunes silently skipped informing you that it did not add the videos is most probably caused because you checked the "Do not show this message again" upon the prompt the first time. Are the videos in MOV or MP4 format? You can try installing the free VLC app on your iPad and then add any video files to that app via iTunes File Sharing. ...


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If you don't want to run iPhoto just for that, and you're happy looking at the files at a slightly lower level, then iFunBox is useful. It shows the Photo Album of the device as a digital camera (DCIM) directory so you can see all the files, then copy to/from your Mac. There's a Mac version too, which has proved useful in the past.


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If you've upgraded to 7+ OS you can sign out in the share screen when you are in camera roll > click on a video to share > click on youtube > scroll down to the bottom > click on your account username > click on option to log out.


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I had problems with the terrible export quality of imovie. The only thing I have found that works is to export to iTunes. This gives great quality but will be an mov file. Then you just drag out of iTunes onto your desktop and use any number of programs to convert it to what you like (handbrake?). Mov files are fine for my use. Glad I figured this out and ...


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After much searching and toying with various programs I finally found one that did exactly what I wanted. http://www.madrau.com/ Now I have this fancy menu that I can use to quickly change my screen resolution. I record my screen at 1280 x 720 HiDPi (720p). It puts black bars on the top and bottom of my screen, but for recording purposes that's totally ...


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Forced the DNS on my macbook. Primary: 208.67.222.222 Secondary: 208.67.220.220 It started working.


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Importing the MP4 files to another iPhone app (not the default Videos app but say the VLC player app for iOS). Here's an example of how it works: How to transfer GoPro videos to iPad or iPhone


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i use a video splitter called idealshare videogo to split video into chapters which has both Windows and Mac version. it can split video with or without re-encoding. it can split all kinds of video files like MP4, MKV, MOV, WMV, VOB, FLV and etc it even can split audio mp3, wav, m4a, aac, flac and etc. but it only divide video into chapters if the ...


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iCloud is so wierd and hardly usable that the best option would be just to connect your phone to the MacBook and upload it that way.


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For all conversion tasks, I like to recommend Handbrake. There are versions for MacOS, Windows and Linux, and its use does not involve messing around with command lines.


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I have the same Issue and was a long time in contact with Apple Developers over the Apple Bugreporter. At the moment there is no "fine" way to delete the "Others" Memory on your Device. My Bug is marked as Dublicate - so we only can hope for an Apple Solution. I'll stay tuned and but here some news (if there are some)


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QuickTime Player QuickTime Player supports AVCHD files. The clips need to be converted first and must be mounted via a camera or external device. See OS X Mountain Lion: About AVCHD files and QuickTime Player for the specific details. Watch with VLC As others have suggested, VideoLAN Client (VLC) is capable of watching your MTS files without needing ...


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You could download one of the product images available at: http://www.apple.com/pr/products/ And then simply overlay the video in iMovie or another video editing software. Those images have special licensing requirements on them so know what you are getting into.


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You can convert those MOV Videos and other by a lot of Video Converters Out there in the Internet. E.g. VLC, Miro, and many more http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=mov%20to%20wmv But keep in mind converting to WAV gives you an Audio File. I recommend you to convert in either WMV (Windows Media Video) AVI (Audio Video Interleave). But it can be even simpler if you ...


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"QuickTime on Mavericks" is not QuickTime anymore - it is "AV Foundation". QuickLook and QuickTime Player are based on this "new QuickTime". "AV Foundation" comes from iOS, was implemented for Mac OS X too and does not offer extensions (and will never) like codecs / plugins. As Apple says: anything else than MPEG-4 (H.264) is old stuff and must be ...


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Videos recorded with iOS (your iPod 5) have the extension "MOV", but they are normal "MP4" (containing H.264 and AAC). Which means that you can change the extension to "MP4" and they will be playable on Windows. In this case (recorded on iOS and with the extension "MOV") it is not necessary to convert these files. Same for "M4V" and "M4H" (other extensions ...



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