1990 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Oct 28, 2010 11:45 PM by Jim VanLeeuwen
man, this really makes me hate apple. love their products but these clampdowns suck hard.
I'm a software engineer and I can't find my f*king videos I shot on my iphone once they sync on my computer... like seriously, why isn't it in a folder I can easily navigate to??
this is where Android wins big time, ftp into your phone, grab whatever you want, and you can just plug your phone in and grab anything you want from the folders on the phone memory .. awesome!!!
You have two choices.
You can use the iTunes Photos settings pane to sync photos and videos (videos can be synced with Macs only) from iPhoto to the Photos application on iPhone.
If you prefer, you can drag the videos from your iPhoto library to your iTunes library. Then you can sync them to the phone's iPod app as movies.
The first frame of a video clip is shown in your iPhoto library with a camera icon and its total running time displayed at the bottom of its thumbnail.