When trying to watch .mov movies requiring QuickTime 7+, the screen displays the play button with a cross through? When I go onto QuickTime downloads page, the download button is not highlighted to begin download? Operating ipad2.
I'm wondering if the ipad can play quicktime movies. I sometimes make screen recordings on my mini mac and it would be helpful to be able to take these into work on something more portable. I do not see a mention of Quicktime in the video specs for the ipad but I'm pretty much a layperson with some of the terms so wasn't sure
QuickTime is Apple's own proprietary video standard. Why is it that I can play all QuickTime movies on a Mac but not on an iPad? Suppose I were to set up a Mac server to stream QuickTime using Apple's own QuickTime Streaming Server. Then I would lose the vast iPad/iPhone user base. (No supposition is necessary -- I have actually done this.)
Prior to quicktime we were designing these on flash and exporting as swf. Since the ipad didn't support flash we converted to quicktime and I now realize these don't play either... I don't understand why Apple is not supporting quicktime completely on their ipad/iphone when it's their own application. What other options do I have here? Am I going to have to convert everything to html5/css?
My partner has an iPad. I exported a copy of my iCal diary (iCal Version 4.0.3 (1388)) to him by email. I expected the contents to leap into his iPAD calendar when he opened the attachment - but they didn't. In fact, it said it didn't recognise the file format. I used to use this process to update my iCalendar, so why doesn't it work on the iPad...and is there a way to make it work?
My wife took her brand new iPad on a trip this week. While she was away I emailed her links to some YouTube videos of the kids I had uploaded. The videos play with no problem when we click the link in her email on a "regular" computer, but clicking the link through the iPad's Mail program results in a "YouTube Not Available" message.
When I transfer photos to the ipad via email, those photos don't play in picture frame, regardless of what setting you use. Is Apple aware of this, and is there a work around. Only photos synced via itunes can play in picture frame.
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Is there any version of QuickTime for iPad? If so where can I download it from and can I download direct to my iPad? I receive a lot of e-Mails with QuickTime files attached and my iPad can not currently open these files.
There is a movie I want to convert through Quicktime X, and I have the option of iPhone and iPod and then have the option of Apple TV and Computer. Of course the latter is obviously a higher file size because of it's better quality but from past experience converting to this format will not let it sync onto the iPhone or iPod Touch, only Apple TV and Computers as it says. But which one do I choose for iPad viewing? I do not own one yet as I am waiting for an Aussie release but a heads up on which one to select for iPad viewing would be great.