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# 81387 12-Apr-2011 14:35
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Hi all,

I've just spent the last half an hour searching the web getting confused by the results for my questions- I'm trying to find a way of recording in game footage from my iPhone 4 so that I can upload it to my windows computer. Is this possible without illegally jailbreaking? If so, how do I go about it?

Thanks!

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  # 458023 12-Apr-2011 22:10
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I don't think people are understanding your question.
What do you mean by 'in game footage'?
Have you video recorded a game on your phone?
Are you watching YouTube clips?
Are you streaming some net content somehow?

Or is your iPhone a chinese HiFone and you're watching TV on it?

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  # 458024 12-Apr-2011 22:17
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i think he just wants to record his awesomeness at angry birds or fragger or something, and then upload the clips (of him aceing the game - a bit like the Halo footage that people upload) to youtube to brag. yeah i have been wondering how to do that. does anyone know?




Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


 
 
 
 


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  # 458072 13-Apr-2011 01:14
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Well, you could legally jailbreak your iphone....

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  # 458095 13-Apr-2011 07:48
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um have you considered using VNC and doing the screen capture from your pc/mac?

yes i am referring to vnc from your pc/mac TO the iphone (not the other way round)

can be done without jailbreaking but i can not imagine why would one not want to jailbreak in the first place



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  # 458108 13-Apr-2011 08:32
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Yep, Joker97 is correct. I'm trying to record a track I created on the game application 'line rider' so that I can save it to my PC.

I have fairly little knowledge of both the iPhone and jailbreaking, but was let to understand that if I jailbroke it- it would void the warranty. I'm pretty happy with how it is at the moment.

khull- could you please explain a little more about VNC to me? I havn't heard of it before. Does it allow me to capture a video of the screen on my iPhone (as say Fraps and Camtasia do on a PC screen), then save it?

Cheers guys.

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  # 458557 14-Apr-2011 09:23
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You will mirror what is displayed on your iPhone screen on your desktop. you can then use something like Camtasia to record it



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  # 458621 14-Apr-2011 11:18
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Is this what you are talking about? http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vnc-viewer/id352019548?mt=8;uo=6

As far as I can see, all it does is emulate your PC screen on your iPod, not the other way around?? Am I missing something?

 
 
 
 


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  # 458644 14-Apr-2011 11:52
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andy89: Is this what you are talking about? http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vnc-viewer/id352019548?mt=8;uo=6

As far as I can see, all it does is emulate your PC screen on your iPod, not the other way around?? Am I missing something?


No.  They're talking about jailbreaking and installing VNC on the iPhone to view it from the desktop.  Is this possible without jailbreaking?  No.  Even using Xcode and a device in what passes for developer mode, you can only take static screenshots. 
 




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  # 458662 14-Apr-2011 12:25
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Ah ok- not worth it then. Thanks anyway!

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