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Hi There Guys,

I am really hoping someone could give me a great idea as I am quite stuck, and you guys seem to be amazing at giving good ideas!

I go to Plymouth University and I have just purchased a small tripod for my iPhone so that when I am in lectures I can record the whole thing (so I can go back through later in case I have missed something etc) however, due to the sheer size and quality of the video (which is AMAZING!) I recorded about 14:40 and it took up 2.44 GB.

The video and sound quality is absolutely amazing, but my iPhone 4S is only a 16 GB and it stopped recording after 15 minutes due to the lack of space in the phone. My question is:

"Is there anyway of recording STRAIGHT to my laptop from the iPhone (if it's plugged in etc.)? Or is there anyway anyone else can see some sort of a method to overcome this problem? I don't really want to have to keep recording a video, transferring to laptop, record again etc. as I would miss parts here and there."

Thanks so much for all of your help in advance, as this site has helped me out so much in the past

Stefan
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I don't think so unfortunately GeckoPutt. Live streaming to your laptop is possible by jail breaking your phone and using some apps like Demo-god and Screen-splitter but how to get that stream onto your hard drive I'm not so sure.

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As pendlewitch said, that's not possible without jailbreaking. Could you not just record the audio for the whole lecture and then compare what you hear with class notes? I know it's not ideal but it might be some use. Good luck finding a solution

@pendlewitch - nice name. I'm originally from Blackburn so I instantly smiled when I saw that name.

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As pendlewitch said, that's not possible without jailbreaking. Could you not just record the audio for the whole lecture and then compare what you hear with class notes? I know it's not ideal but it might be some use. Good luck finding a solution

@pendlewitch - nice name. I'm originally from Blackburn so I instantly smiled when I saw that name.
It's that time of year again...we'll all be up Pendle Hill chasing witches about!!
You still following the Rovers

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It's that time of year again...we'll all be up Pendle Hill chasing witches about!!
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Haha, I've not been up Pendle for a long time. No, I don't really follow Rovers that much anymore unfortunately. I used to go on Ewood quite a bit - my mate got me tickets too (he was a reserve keeper - Frank Fielding). He's no.1 at Derby now. Anyway, we're way off topic. Have fun up Pendle. If I remember right you better wrap up warm - it's always freezing!

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