Transferring video recording from iPad to Mac

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  1. lemonade

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    Hi all
    I need assistance transferring a video recording of a presentation I made from the iPad to my Mac.

    I can playback my recording which is almost an hour long, but I can't copy it over to my Mac so I can edit it and then upload to Vimeo.

    iTunes simply doesn't see it - I have even tried connecting it to a PC, and that doesn't work either?

    Help?

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    I can see the photos etc . . . just can't see the video :-(
     
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    I'm sorry I've interupted a thread but I don't know how else to get in!
    Could someone please tell me how to go back a page that doesn't have a back button.
    And how do I ask a question with out interrupting?
    Tks
     
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    Is the video showing up in your camera roll on the ipad?

    Are you sure its not showing up in iphoto? The naming convention is the same for both videos and photos (i.e. img_1234) its just the extension will be different (jpg or mp4). There will also be a camcorder icon on the thumbnail preview for videos. If you have a lot of photos and videos showing on the ipad it can sometimes be difficult to pick out the one you want and easily overlook it.
     
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    Plug your iPad into the Mac and use the Image Capture program on you Mac (included in the basic OS X install). You can see and download all videos and photos from the camera roll.
     
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    Thanks. I did try this also, and it downloaded the photos but NOT the video.

    Its still on the iPad :-(

    Any other ideas to try?

    Thanks for your help!
     
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    Its definitely in the camera roll, and I can play it back from there.

    The only things that download from it using iPhoto or Image Capture, are photos.

    The video is the only thing recorded on that date, and I've been through each image separately.

    I can't email it or send it to YouTube, as it says the file is too big. Its almost an hour long.

    Thanks.
     
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    I don't know what to say. The movies I take on the iPad show up in the Image Capture program, and I can import them from there. I've never had reason to try any other method.
     

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