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I have checked previous threads for information on how to record video but i haven't found any of them to be helpful. Does any one know how to record videos using the newest IPhone? Is there a way to do it with out a App or do you need to download one?
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As of right now it can only be done with apps on a jailbroken phone. I wish apple would let us have some video stuff. I am not jailbreaking my phone. With my luck it would break if I did it.

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There currently isn't any App Store Apps that will record Video from your iPhone.
I used to have a Jailbroken iPhone and Installed some App that would record video. In all honestly, its not really worth the time to do it. The Video quality is just horrible.
I hope that Apple is waiting to improve the camera on the phone before adding video capturing capabilities. Makes more sense to me that way anyways.

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As of right now it can only be done with apps on a jailbroken phone. I wish apple would let us have some video stuff. I am not jailbreaking my phone. With my luck it would break if I did it.
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I finally Jailbroke my phone. The free video Apps do kind of suck, but the ones that cost $$$ seem to be of better quality. I'm debating if I want to spend $20 or not.


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i had one on my jailbroke iphone, its okay. but there's no way to get the videos off the phone...

so kind of pointless IMO
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I have checked previous threads for information on how to record video but i haven't found any of them to be helpful. Does any one know how to record videos using the newest IPhone? Is there a way to do it with out a App or do you need to download one?
You don't need an app or software. You just need an iRecord Pro. That little box is magical.
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