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June 10, 2015
Code found in the first iOS 9 developer betas reveals that Apple is planning to support some significant camera features and upgrades with the new software version. Presumably planned for the next iPhone hardware version, developer Hamza Sood has discovered code in iOS 9 that reveals support for long-awaited changes to the front-facing FaceTime camera. According to the code, iOS 9 adds support for a FaceTime camera with 1080p video capture, up from the current 720p camera on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus… expand full story
April 6, 2015
The Apple TV set-top box hardware is expected to be updated this summer after 3 years since the last real refresh and a recent price drop from $99 to $69. While the last Apple TV upgrade boosted video output from 720p to 1080p, the rumored Apple TV 4 is not believed to support ultra high definition 4K video output featured on newer TV sets. Here’s why that’s no surprise and what I think it could mean for an actual Apple TV set:
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March 21, 2015
Over the past decade, video gaming became social, as voice chat, multi-player matchmaking, and live game streaming enabled gamers to share their experiences with friends and strangers online. Streaming game video was the hardest, requiring so much horsepower that consoles needed computer assistance. Elgato entered the market in 2012 with Game Capture HD, which was designed to record directly from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Now there’s a more powerful version called Game Capture HD60 ($180), which offers professional-quality full 1080p HD recording support at 60 frames per second, plus one-touch live streaming to uStream, Twitch, and YouTube. It works with iPads, iPhones and iPod touches using Apple’s Lightning to Digital AV Adapter, and Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U and PlayStation 4 game consoles with nothing more than an HDMI cable.
Elgato has years of experience making cutting-edge video recorders: back when Macs weren’t nearly as powerful as they are today, its EyeTV DVRs could record live TV while streaming video to iOS devices. Similarly, Game Capture HD60 lets you simultaneously enjoy lag-free gaming, stream live video to the Internet, and optionally include voice commentary with automatic audio level balancing. It also does all of these things with barely any need for user involvement. And although the price was just a little too high when it debuted last year, it’s now hovering around $150 — a great price given the quality of its video output. Read on for all the details…
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This guide can help you easily transfer 1080p/720p SD/HD Videos(MKV, AVI, VOB, WMV,MOV, FLV) to iPhone 6 plus in best video quality.
With the selling day of iPhone 6 Plus nearly coming, our iFans mostly have a desire if iPhone 6 Plus can play SD/HD videos well in high quality. While due to the limitation of Apple company’s security, we still cannot get all videos played on iPhone 6 Plus. To create a new playing world, it’s time for us to do some changes.
Awesome!—Play 1080p/720p SD/HD videos on iPhone 6 Plus
Comparing with the Samsung Galaxy Note, iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5inch display which can bring us a visual feast if we can play some HD movies smoothly. At home? On working? On Parties or during your leisure time. When and Where you like, right? But for those incompatible videos, we have to change our minds.
Some preparations before we change our minds. What do we need?
—Original 1080p/720p SD/HD videos
—Your iPhone 6 devivce
—iPhone 6 PlusVideo Converter for Mac
Let’s start to create a new video world on iPhone 6 Plus
Install and run the Best Video to iPhone 6 Plus Converter on your computer. Add videos in the following two ways:
a. Click “Add video” button to choose video files from your hard drive for converting
b. Directly drag the videos to Video Converter for Mac
An significant point here for you to choose the best suitable format,’ HD Video’>>h.264 HD Video (*.mp4).
Edit video and customize specs before conversion. You can edit these videos before conversion by clicking the’Editor’ icon on the top. Some of the source video such as MXF/MTS/MKV could be interlaced which is not good for playback; in this case you can check “Deinterlacing” in Effect tab to get perfect progressive HD MP4 videos. Trim, crop, edit audio.
Back to main interface, you can click ‘Settings’ to free customize video size, bitrate(quality), frame rate, sample rate and other specs.
At last, you can connect your iPhone 6 Plus to your computer and play 1080p/720p SD/HD MP4 movies to enjoy yourselves! Do you know how to sync videos to iPhone 6 Plus? Additional tips below:
Plug iPhone 6 into computer via the USB cable. iTunes will launch automatically, if not, manually start it on your computer. Click “File > Add Files to Library” at the upper left corner of the window. Then select the video files on your computer, then click Open to ‘add the media files to the iTunes library.’
Open My Computer, go to your movies folder and choose the movies you want to copy to your iPhone. Right click then choose Copy.
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November 11, 2014
Netflix updated its iPhone and iPad app to version 7.0 today adding optimization for the larger displays on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus introduced in September. The updated version of Netflix shows more content like titles and genres as well as previews of movies and TV shows when browsing for something to watch. In addition to optimizing the Netflix app for iPhone 6 users, Netflix says the new version of its app will now offer video playback in 1080p, full HD, for users with the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. expand full story
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