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I am currently stumped, however: when I open a document from the iCloud Drive app (tap document, share button, "Copy to ") my application gets launched but any attempts to copy the item from the provided URL fails with NSCocoaErrorDomain, error 257 (basically telling me I don't have the permissions to read the file). This issue is not present when my app is running in the background, however, and does not seem to occur when the app gets launched from a mail attachment (whether it's running ot not).
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I think I figured out why this failed on occasion for me. It's when the iCloud Drive app hasn't yet downloaded the file but it's passing it to the app anyway. I don't know why iCloud Drive would do that, but that seems to be the only case that's failing.
I'm pretty stumped and frustrated on this one. I'm consolidating a bunch of back-up photo and video files. I have a have a ton of *.mov video files I would like to put into the Photos app. The files are currently on my local hard drive. I attempted dragging and dropping from the finder as well as using the import function in photos. Many of these files originated from a really old iPhone. The files were saved to an external drive and I've put the files back on my local hard drive. Just can't get them into the photos app.
It's exciting that Microsoft added native support for MKV files, which means that you can play MKV files without installing third-party codec on Windows 10. But many users reported that they get stumped in playing MKV files in VLC, Media Player Classic, Windows Media Player, KMPlayer etc. Usually, you can hear the sound but can't see the video when you're playing MKV files.
Download movies from itunes (usually with difficulty...doesn't seem to want to transfer on 1st or more tries). Once I get the movie, the screen goes black part way through viewing. At this point, video folder also shows a black screen. Took ipad back to apple store, they were not sure what to do so gave me new ipad. Same problems. Is it my itunes account that is a problem? Is it a bad ipad cable? I can sync music and apps easily...am I doing something wrong? (movies are HD-SD and no warning comes up that they cannot be viewed on ipad).
2, did you try transferring (via iTunes' File Transfer) the movie files into a third-party, capable(!!!) media player like AVPlayerHD or GoodPlayer (currently, the two best media players for iOS)? Do you encounter the same problem?
"Question to Demo....I have same problem and tried your suggestions. Instead of black screen when I open Video folder or by searching for movie name, I get small white text at top of black screen and searching circle in middle of screen...this disappears after approximately 5 seconds. No movie."
I have no idea what the small white text might be, but in your post above you mention that moving the movies from the computer into the iPad has been difficult and/ or problematic, so I suspect that the problem with the movies has something to do with that scenario.
Do you by any chance live in the U.S.? If you do, movies (most movies that is) can be downloaded again at no charge as long as you use the same Apple ID that you both them with. So my suggestion would be to delete the movie from the iPad and download it again - but download it directly on the device and not use iTunes at all.
If you are in the U.S. you can go to iTunes on the iPad and tap on the purchased tab. Then tap the "View" button in the upper left corner and bring up "Movies". If your purchased movie is in there, delete it from your iPad and download it again. You can delete the movie by going to Settings>General>Usage>Storage>Videos and then swipe across the movie to bring up the delete button. Then go to iTunes and download it again.
I hope that you have the movies in iTunes on your computer - which you did say in your first post - because only in the U.S. can you download the movies again for free. You will not see "Movies" in the purchased tab of iTunes in Canada. You talked about transferring them and maybe the cable is bad ...... So I assume that they are on your computer.
Yes, I have movies in iTunes on computer and you are right, I did not find in movie purchases on iPad because I have account in Canada. Switched to another cord (Apple product), did sync, movies were in video file, started to play but in 30 seconds screen went black. Tried re-boot as you had suggested above and just briefly shows time and busy circle, then black screen again.
I just can't imagine what you would have in the iPad settings that could possible be causing the problem. There is not setting in the Video App setting for anything other than start playing the movie where you left off.
I see no reason why this would be related to a problem with your iTunes account either, but because I cant think of anything else right now to try, why don't you log out of your iTunes account and then log back in. You have already downloaded the movie so this shouldn't make any difference, but I'm sort of stumped now.
Swipe to the right from your first home screen to get to the iPad Spotlight search. Type in the name of any of your movies in the field at the top. when the movie appears in the search - tap on it and it should hopefully start to play. Let it play for a minute or so - hit done - go back to videos app and see if all is OK.
This though just now struck me and it may be a bizarre question but here goes .... you are downloading the full movie and not some movie trailers or snippets of some kind aren't you? I don't even know if you actually download the trailers into iTunes. You can stream the trailers and Apple has the iTunes Trailers app that streams the trailers as well.
Ever since Windows 10 was upgraded and Premiere Pro was upgraded any clips I export to mp4 format will NOT play in any player. I have not changed any of the export options yet none of the exported files will play. If I try using VLC video player I get audio only, no video. Any other player displays an error message. I always export my finished projects to mp4 so this really has me stumped and frustrated. I had an associate import the same mp4 video, edit it and export it and he had no problem. But I don't know what versions of Windows 10 or Premier Pro CC he is using. This seems like a bug to me but if my associate can import, edit and export the same file how can it be explained?
I apologize for the problem. Is this a 4K HEVC or H.264 file? You can test playback by uploading the movie to YouTube or Google Drive. How is the video playing there? If okay, your computer might not be powerful enough to playback the file. Is that a possibility?
What you are experiencing is almost exactly what I am. I always export to H.264, but all of a sudden (maybe after most recent update of premier?) it is not working when I try to download mp4 to my iphone. Android is the same. It throws up an error message, can't download this file type. I have tried changing settings etc and the only thing that makes a difference is when I change the Aspect (under video tab) but then you have black sidebars and can't upload to facebook, instagram etc without getting rid of that. (at least that is my very low knowledge of these social media platforms - but it has worked before at usual export settings???) I've tried an mpeg - no good. Exported to quicktime - .mov... the file size is huge....
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