Company owned ipad lost my homework assignment... where is the video I shot?

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  1. lauracoyne

    lauracoyne iPF Noob

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    Hi, I am taking this ipad around to record places in the County that need attention. I am a county planner. I took a video of a car pileup in an industrial park, yes the red light was on, and brought it in to show the team. I cannot find where it was stored. I am not using Itunes to synch or store. Where is the video I shot? It isn't under photos. Ipads don't have a library, do they? Or?
     
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    KevinJS Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It should be in photos.


    It will not look any different to your photographs in Camera Roll apart from a video symbol on the thumbnail. You just have to dig until you find it.
     
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    lauracoyne iPF Noob

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    reporting to your reply: Among the photos there is no single video frame of the subject matter so it must not have been saved. Thanks anyway.
     
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    That's not good. Sorry couldn't help.
     
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    Pocobear iPad Junkie

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    Try looking for "Video" on the Springboard/ home page, it looks like a movie clapboard.
     

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