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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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You can use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for the job


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The right way to do this is to use iCloud Photos. All media in Videos.app on iOS should be either from the iTunes Store or synced from iTunes – non personal made videos should be in there.


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The reason this happens is because a video cannot change orientation mid-record. IE: My wife starts many of her video recordings on her phone in a vertical position. I remind her that we will likely have a terrible experience watching that video at a future date from a television because of the huge black bars on the left and right. She rotates it ...


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Don't forget that HEVC (H.265) has higher playback requirements than H.264, and you are attempting playback on a fairly old iPad. It is not going to be able to keep up with what is playable on the latest iPad or iPhone. Don't despair over your older hardware, every computer has its limits, if you encoded a 12-bits-per-pixel 4K 60fps video in HEVC, it ...


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It is scientifically proven that 1gb will take a 58 minute video for an iPhone 6.


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I too had the same problem. But solved it by downloading an app called MConverter-Free medias converter. After downloading, import the video in your app and convert it into .wmv format. .wmv format is suitable for iPhone.


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Found this answer at Apple Discussion forums: This works for me with Final Cut Pro (I think it'll work on iMovie too): Add the video to your Photos Library. Head to your Pictures folder. Perform a right click on 'Photos Library'. Hit 'Show Package Contents'. Go to 'Masters'. Select the year, the month and the day the video was taken (you can easily ...



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