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    Default moving downloaded videos to camera roll?
    anyone know if it's possible to move or edit a file to make videos I download with yourtube, show up up in the camera roll? I'd like to trim them so I can make videotones out of them.

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    With the latest VideoMover toggle, all the movies wil be in photo.app.

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    I just use iFile to move/copy the .mp4 video file from /private/var/mobile/Media/Downloads/YourTube/
    to /private/var/mobile/Media/DCIM/100APPLE/
    the file must also be renamed to IMG_####.MOV where #### is a four digit number

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    as iBram said.

    use my VideoMover Toggle for SBSettings. The first one can be found in the repo.beyouriphone.com.
    but i have improved it and now it supports:

    mov, mp4 and m4v videos
    from Cycorder, iphonevideorecorder3g, YourTube, SafariDownloadPlugin, ...

    I postet it at xsellize-forum but here's my rapidshare link.
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    It is not important if the toggle is on or off. just tap it once and all movies are in the CameraRoll Folder where you can edit it, sync and copy and paste it into your Mails.app. If you use SwirlyMMS you can MMS them also.

    VIDEO MOVER

    moves your Videos from

    -YourTube
    -Cycorder
    -iphonevideorecorder3g

    into the Apple Folder

    HOW TO USE

    Toggle in SbSetting on or of to move Videos

    INSTALLATION

    1) Copy Folder to /tmp/

    2) In the command line type "bash /tmp/VideoMover/install"

    in MobileTerminal dont forget "su" and "alpine"

    UNINSTALL


    1) Copy the folder to your iPhones /tmp directory

    2) In the command line type "bash /tmp/VideoMover/uninstall"


    in MobileTerminal dont forget "su" and "alpine"

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    will this one work on 3.0? The one on the repo requires 3.1, I have a 3gs so I'm SOL I suppose.

    nevermind I just manually installed it and it works fine
    Last edited by Jonny202003; 09-29-2009 at 12:50 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    it SHOULD work with 3GS on 3.0 because the firmware had the video editing features on the new iphone before 3.1. But never tested it.
    But there's no danger to try it because it changes nothing to the system files.

    On 3G on 3.0 the toggle itself works but the firmware doesn't support videos in the camera roll

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    Can this be made to work on 3.0 on a 2G?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by christoph1984 View Post
    as iBram said.

    use my VideoMover Toggle for SBSettings. The first one can be found in the repo.beyouriphone.com.
    but i have improved it and now it supports:

    mov, mp4 and m4v videos
    from Cycorder, iphonevideorecorder3g, YourTube, SafariDownloadPlugin, ...

    I postet it at xsellize-forum but here's my rapidshare link.
    RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting

    It is not important if the toggle is on or off. just tap it once and all movies are in the CameraRoll Folder where you can edit it, sync and copy and paste it into your Mails.app. If you use SwirlyMMS you can MMS them also.

    VIDEO MOVER

    moves your Videos from

    -YourTube
    -Cycorder
    -iphonevideorecorder3g

    into the Apple Folder

    HOW TO USE

    Toggle in SbSetting on or of to move Videos

    INSTALLATION

    1) Copy Folder to /tmp/

    2) In the command line type "bash /tmp/VideoMover/install"

    in MobileTerminal dont forget "su" and "alpine"

    UNINSTALL


    1) Copy the folder to your iPhones /tmp directory

    2) In the command line type "bash /tmp/VideoMover/uninstall"


    in MobileTerminal dont forget "su" and "alpine"
    Does your toggle allow native MMS?

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    no. just swirlymms

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