Do any of your devices have a video camera?
Is there any way to disable the app or even delete the video?
And more importantly, just how do I delete my footage?
We had the great fortune to spend our Friday afternoon working with the developers of the iPhone and iPod Touch as they worked to address these common questions with us in an effort to give users the best, most efficient way to stream or record their own video.
How Does This Work?
A few weeks ago, our staff members spent some time trying to gather as much data as possible as to why people wanted to remove the free Apple Music Video app. After all, what better way to find out then to download the app right now.
We decided to put together some of the answers into 2 separate posts to give you the most useful answers you can possibly get right now.
Let’s get started, shall we?
What Is the Best Way To Stream or Record My Video?
If you’re trying to stream (for yourself or others) from your iPhone or iPod Touch to an Apple TV you do have 2 options, both of which we found were pretty good:
1) Use AirPlay
With AirPlay, you can stream your footage from your iPhone or iPod Touch to any Apple TV running iOS 9+ via the iTunes link. This works on both iOS 9 and iOS 10 devices. This is the recommended method to stream a video you have not purchased from the iTunes App store to your Apple TV. It works on your Mac, Windows, or Linux using the Virtual Audio Cable program. You simply need to select how many audio channels you want to use from the drop-down menu and press “Enable”.
2) Use iTunes Playback
With iTunes Playback, you’re able to stream your footage from your iPhone or iPod Touch to any Mac, Windows, or Linux running iOS 9+. To choose a video codec, choose Apple’s audio options and choose the desired audio stream from the drop-down menu. You’ll then need to open the video clip in iTunes, and you’ll then be able to select how many audio channels you would like on the video clip. That said, you can easily set this up to the maximum number of audio channels you want.
How Does This Work?
The problem with either of these options is that you’ll need an Apple TV to do it and you’ll need to sign up for a paid Apple Music Sub
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