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    Storage of your iPad depends according to your usage. If you are requiring high storage then you must go for 64 GB and you don't have to see about the budget. And if you did not need high storage then you need not go for 64 GB, you can go for 32 GB to take care of your budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antarctic_iPad View Post
    OK, thanks. I asked because it would seem to be better to download the movie in order to watch it to conserve the Airstash's batteries rather than have it running the whole time.

    I have Goodreader. Can you use it to watch movie files of most formats that are downloaded into its app space?

    Thanks for your thoughts.
    I use an AirStash+ all the time. The battery lasts as long as the iPad, and I have an external Incredible11000 just in case! We used on a Tanzanian Safari to stream movies and Pictures while sitting around campfire at night! There were 6 iPads out of the 13 People on Safari. We could copy pictures and backup on my AirStash+ and share the videos and pictures of the days adventures!

    We charged IOS devices and Incredible11000 from the Safari vehicles.

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    How do I setup Goodreader to stream video/music that is on my Air Stash? It looks so far that it wants me to download files to the iPad prior to playing anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwjohnson View Post
    How do I setup Goodreader to stream video/music that is on my Air Stash? It looks so far that it wants me to download files to the iPad prior to playing anything?
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    I must be doing something wrong.
    I browse to my AirStash server in GoodReader. I open a folder with a number of media files. I tap on one of them. The only options I see are Go back to previous directory or to Close the window at the top of the window. At the bottom of the window I can Deselect All, Sync, or Download. I can't see a way to just play the file by streaming. This happens whether the files are .m4a's from iTunes, .mp3's, or .mp4's. If I allow it to download the file to the iPad they play fine, but I want to be able to just stream them without downloading.
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    Jeff,

    I see no way to stream the file into goodreader. It doesn't seem to support that feature. I think you have to download it first, then play it.

    Is there a reason you want to use goodreader in this way? The airstash app itself will stream any movie just fine. That is its purpose.

    You can also just type airstash.net/files into the address bar on your browser and stream movies that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AQ_OC View Post
    Jeff,

    I see no way to stream the file into goodreader. It doesn't seem to support that feature. I think you have to download it first, then play it.

    Is there a reason you want to use goodreader in this way? The airstash app itself will stream any movie just fine. That is its purpose.

    You can also just type airstash.net/files into the address bar on your browser and stream movies that way.
    My original concern was that I wanted to stream audio from the AirStash using a playlist. I was led to believe (apparently incorrectly) that GoodReader would use or allow me to create a playlist. So, I guess I go back to using the AirStash app for streaming and just listen to one song at a time. Thanks.


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