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I found this - Subtitler Lite VLC plugin, which might possibly do what you need. I haven't tested it myself yet, so feel free to add comments re success or otherwise.


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That depends. If the subtitles are imbedded in to the video that no, there is nothing you can do. If the subtitles is a separate file (.srt) then you can use the VLC subtitles menu to choose colors ect. The problem will be that the subtitles will not play outside the video screen but be overlayed, so in any case you will have a area on the screen that is ...


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I'm guessing it's using the boot drive [its own Library structure, in fact] as a scratch disk & making the video as raw data, which it will then compress & copy to the desired location. You cannot dictate which drive it will use for scratch, unlike Photoshop, so the only thing I can think to 'fix' it [other than start deleting stuff] would be to ...


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I would say until it uses up all its storage. How long it takes to do that would depend on the scene being shot and how long the intervals between taking photos are.


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Handbrake can convert almost any movie file to MP4, which then works fine on everything Apple.


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VLC can play almost everything, DV files included. You can check supported formats here. To edit this kind of videos you can use iMovie from Apple.


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It turned out that switching a setting on Amazon's website from the Silverlight player to the Flash player solved the problem. For anyone else with the same problem the setting is on this page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201460940&encoding=UTF8&ref=atv_pc_pp_more Thank you @bmike for your advice nonetheless!


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My guess is that your CPU just isn't up to the task of decoding the stream of data that makes up the video stream for several reasons. Amazon video is using a somewhat inefficient codec and software stack to deliver the content. The software to render the video is likely single threaded on your Mac OS. Your CPU has only two cores and at 1.66 GHz of that ...


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I emailed it to my hotmail account (wouldn't go to my verizon account too big I guess and it's only 4 meg geeze) well went to my hotmail account and worked perfect slo mo and all. then I copied (dragged and dropped to my desktop Windows 7) plyed it from there still slo mo was just the way it was on my IPhone 6 plus.


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SD DVD disc is formatted in mpeg2 codec and this may be the best video quality you could get.


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I Have the same problem (MAC Yosemite 10.10.1). It seems to occur when the computer goes into sleep mode. The auto bu process doesn't pick up again automatically. The application will not shut down either. Only way is to log out and back in again and start auto backup. Leave the computer on and avoid sleep for the process to finish. Waiting for the ...


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Go back to version 9. There is no other solution for a certain type of problem. Starting with Version 10 and carrying on with 11 and 12 (the current version only recently released) all refuse to honour soft subs that were previously compatible. This type of sub is present in the m4v file on your computer but is actually stripped by itunes from the file when ...


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Titan Downloader (Video Download & Player - Titan Downloader) (app store app) lets you use browser inside the app & when you click on a video, you can save it to cache on the app & when you click on the videos tab you can save the video to camera roll or just keep it in the app, your choice. I personally bought the pro because it is worth it in ...


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iPad does not include a Blu-ray disc driver, so no matter which version you own, it is not compatible with any Blu-ray or DVD movies. But this does not mean you cannot view Blu-rays on ipad, you just need backup blu-ray from disc to computer using free disc ripping tool like MakeMKV, and then install VLC media player on ipad. Place movie to VLC media library ...


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But I don't think itunes support avi file since all Apple device only accepts .mp4, .mov and .m4v videos. You'd better convert avi to mp4 or other Apple supported video format before straming via AirPlay.


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I just made a 15.5 minute test video with my iPhone 5S. File size is 1.31 GB, or 85 MB/minute. 7 GB of storage would handle 82 minutes of video. Of course the complexity of the video and audio should have an effect on the compression, so this is just a rough guideline.


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The free and open-source VLC media player is able to do this. If the video file is an .avi, a dialog saying "The AVI file is broken. Seeking will not work correctly. Do you want to try to fix it?" may pop up. Simply click "Don't repair" and the video will start playing.


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There was no iTunes Library location set in iTunes preferences.



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