Yes. And here is the CRAZY THING - I need to still run SNOW LEOPARD - and SLeopard does not support the latest iTunes version. And, iOS9 will not work without it. THEREFORE, I cannot back up my iPhone to my computer. I can't even get iTunes to recognize my iPhone. BUT, iPhoto still recognizes my iPhone.
Just quoting myself to see if anyone has any suggestions on how to determine the resolution and frame rate of the videos you've taken on the phone without having to transfer video to pc? Something that will show the properties of videos?Is there a way to determine right on the iPhone what a video's resolution and frame rate are? Last night I took a bunch of videos with different settings, and aside from zooming in during playback, it's hard to tell which are which. Needs to be a way to see the metadata that shows the video settings you used during capture.
It might depend on what drive you are watching it on, as when I watch on my 6s max resolution is 720p, on my iPad Air 2 it is 1080p max, and on my iMac it can be viewed in full 4K resolution
It's simple... first off you can only upload 4k using the desktop version of Youtube at this time - not your iPhone. If you if upload to the Youtube app from your phone it will only do 1080pJust Airdrop it.
It's simple... first off you can only upload 4k using the desktop version of Youtube at this time - not your iPhone. If you if upload to the Youtube app from your phone it will only do 1080p
Airdrop to your Mac - than upload to to Youtube. It will be in 4k