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gregorye70

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Dec 31, 2012
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Hello,

I borrowed my brother's ipad 2 to videotape my classroom its a 35 min video so it would not transfer it to Itunes on my macbook when I synced them. I downloaded Goodreader but it says the file is not recognized. is there any way to get this video over to my macbook that will not involve spending a lot of money on an app?
 

Medic311

macrumors 68000
Jul 30, 2011
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Hello,

I borrowed my brother's ipad 2 to videotape my classroom its a 35 min video so it would not transfer it to Itunes on my macbook when I synced them. I downloaded Goodreader but it says the file is not recognized. is there any way to get this video over to my macbook that will not involve spending a lot of money on an app?

upload it to Dropbox
 
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TJ61

macrumors 6502a
Nov 16, 2011
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is there any way to get this video over to my macbook that will not involve spending a lot of money on an app?

I don't know how much is "a lot" for you, but iMovie ($5) should allow you to reduce the size in a number of ways. You could output the movie in lower resolution, or you could break it up into two or three segments.

I don't know if iMovie has any limitation on input file size....

Are you sure it was a file size limitation that wouldn't allow you to transfer it in the first place?

Regards,
Tom
 
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