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MP4 with AAC audio and h.264 video is definitely playable on the PS3, and since it's an extension of Apple's .mov files, it should work on all the iDevices too. For maximum compatibility, use the h.264 'baseline' profile, and avoid AAC-HE. Older devices (like some DVD players) may require XVID video and AC3 audio in an AVI container, but that won't apply ...


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So it turns out after a lot of research that this is the desired behaviour for Apple's AVPlayer component. Basically, my Internet is so slow here where I live, the component waits until the video has fully downloaded before it starts playing. The best and recommended way around this, is to generate alternate streams for the video before trying to play it. ...


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This announcement article dated January 11, 2017 indicates that there will be an upgrade to the app FiLMiC Pro which may accommodate what you are looking for. Note that the FiLMic Pro App Store web page indicates the latest release is 12/23/2016 - I do not know when the update the article speaks of will be available: The forthcoming update will introduce ...


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If you click on the "?" in the upper right, you'll get yellow markers that show help. One of them is "Learn More" where it brings up the user manual and a search field. When I type "titles" into the search field, it gives me a list of options, the first of which was "Add a title." According to that help section, a title lasts the entire length of the video ...


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Dash will not playback on iOS safari. You can create an HLS manifest however and reuse the same dash assets and play that.


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Videon It's a great app for the iPhone. Not only does it have some great camera features; like stabilization, and manual exposure/WB, but you can also use it's post feature on any clip in your Photos folder. You can crop, change aspect ratio, framerate, adjust rotation, pretty much anything... along with a ton of filters; color correcting tools and so ...


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If you haven't used iMovie in a few years, I recommend you give it a try. It does exactly what you're looking for. If you create a new movie rather than a trailer, it will just create a timeline that you can drop footage into. On the left, under your events and library is a section called "Titles" that has dozens of titles ranging from tasteful to playful. ...


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Use exiftool, a command-line tool. GUI available from here. Relevant feature: Reads EXIF, GPS, IPTC, XMP, JFIF, MakerNotes, GeoTIFF, ICC Profile, Photoshop IRB, FlashPix, AFCP, ID3 and more. Should look like this, in readout: GPSCoordinates : 20.884100° N, 21.319300° E, 17 m Above Sea Level


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In iMovie you can change the speed of a clip by selecting it in the timeline and then clicking on the icon that looks like a speedometer: Then click on the "Speed:" popup menu and choose "Fast" or "Custom". The "Custom" setting lets you choose how much faster to make it (like 200%, or 50%).


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The videos I've delivered for iOS App Previews have been as per the specification in this section, viz. H.264 video codec, Baseline profile, 30 fps, AAC-LC audio codec, sampling rate 48 kHz, stereo in MP4 or MOV. Resolution and bitrate haven't been restricted to what the docs say. Those should be tailored to the device(s) your app is for.


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I would suggest you research a bit further and then refine your question. To me it seems that there is a bit of confusion in terms of the software components needed for creating a livestream. First you need to have a software component that acquires a live video from some device. This video needs to be encoded. Once it is encoded it can be streamed by a ...


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Simplest solution is to use -movflags +faststart in your command while transcoding video file. It will move all metadata to the beginning of the file to be played. Hope this helps.


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There're many great video editing apps in the AppStore. Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to name a specific app according to the StackExchange policy (my previous answer was banned). Some of them play sound while you do video editing (trimming, applying video effects, etc.) For sure smartphones now have enough computational power to do very complex video ...


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