Touch The Video
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Various methods are available for importing videos into TouchTheVideo application. Sync. with iTunes library(Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, iTunes U) TouchTheVideo supports the same importing method as the standard “Videos” application to import videos in your iTunes library. For more details, click here. iTunes File Sharing Just put your PC video files into iTunes file sharing to import to TouchTheVideo. For more details, click here. Camera Roll TouchTheVideo supports videos in Camera Roll so that you can instantly start playing back what you shoot with your camera on iPhone/iPod/iPad. For more details, click here. Importing from File Sharing Application(Dropbox, Evernote and more) You can playback videos with TouchTheVideo from “open in…” … Continue reading
You can synchronize your videos in your iTunes library such as Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts and iTunes U to your iPhone/iPod/iPad device (just called iPhone in this section) to instantly start playing back with TouchTheVideo. Here is a procedure for how to synchronize Podcasts or iTunes U, but you can also take almost same procedure to sync Movies or TV Shows. Notes TouchTheVideo does not support Podcasts or iTunes U contents consisting of only audio. Sync with iTunes Library is supported only by iOS5.0 or later. Please use such device to utilize this function. Supported File Types m4v, mp4, mov (must be mpeg4 or h264 codec) Music videos, Movies or … Continue reading
On the iTunes application, click the connected iPhone/iPod/iPad device (just called iPhone in this section). Select “Apps”. Drop your video files into the “TouchTheVideo Documents” so that the files will be synchronized with your iPhone. The files copied to the iPhone instantly get ready for playing back with the TouchTheVideo.
When location permission is given to the TouchTheVideo, the application can access to videos you have shot with built-in camera of iPhone/iPod/iPad. IMPORTANT INITIAL SETTING When you launch the TouchTheVideo for the first time, you will be asked for location permission (to use location information in videos), then please press “OK”. If you selected “Don’t Allow”, launch the “Settings” application and go to the “Location Services”, then give “T.T.Video” the permission by changing the switch to “ON”. NOTES When changing Location Services settings while the TouchTheVideo is running, restarting the application is necessary to reflect the change. For more details, please click here.
You can download the Dropbox application from http://www.dropbox.com/downloading. Notes Explanation described in this section is based on Dropbox ver.1.4.6 as of Apr.8th 2012. Future version up of Dropbox may change the situation. After installing, double-click the Dropbox icon on your desktop. (If there is no Dropbox icon, go to start menu and launch the Dropbox.) Dropbox shared folder is shown. (When you use the Dropbox for the first time, register new account first.) Copy your videos into this shared folder. Then, launch the Dropbox on your iPhone and login with your account. The Dropbox shared folder is shown, then tap the video you would like to play and press the … Continue reading
Evernote is a kind of useful on-line memo which can be shared or synchronized from multiple clients. Not only text date, you can attach various type of files with a note. Here is a procedure for attaching a video with Windows Evernote’s note and playing back the video with TouchTheVideo on iPhone. Notes Explanation described in this section is based on Evernote ver.4.1.8 as of Apr.8th 2012. Future version up of Evernote may change the situation. Only m4v files are availble for Evernote ver.4.1.8 to open in another viewer application (including TouchTheVideo). Double-click the Evernote icon on your desktop. (If there is no Evernote icon, go to start menu and … Continue reading