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Does anyone know of a way to save an evolvr lesson onto an iPhone? I'd like to save my lessons to dropbox or something on my iPhone but haven't been able to figure out how. The lessons are usually too big to send as an attachment which would be the easy way. I'm sure there is a way, I'm just not tech savvy enough to figure it out myself.

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I usually upload the swing videos onto youTube, set it to private, and just watch it when I can. With the same file, you can probably sync it and add it onto your iPhone via iTunes. 

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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Does anyone know of a way to save an evolvr lesson onto an iPhone? I'd like to save my lessons to dropbox or something on my iPhone but haven't been able to figure out how. The lessons are usually too big to send as an attachment which would be the easy way. I'm sure there is a way, I'm just not tech savvy enough to figure it out myself.

Don't worry, I'm even less tech savvy than you because I don't know how to save them anywhere.  Whenever I click "download" it just starts playing.  So I watch it and try to go do it. :)

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Don't worry, I'm even less tech savvy than you because I don't know how to save them anywhere.  Whenever I click "download" it just starts playing.  So I watch it and try to go do it. :)

Well I can help you there!

 

When the video starts to play do a 2-finger click (or right click on PC although I've never done it on a PC) and chose the "save video as" option. Took me a while to figure that out but I did...and immediately felt like a bonifide hacker. z5_smartass.gif

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Well I can help you there!

 

When the video starts to play do a 2-finger click (or right click on PC although I've never done it on a PC) and chose the "save video as" option. Took me a while to figure that out but I did...and immediately felt like a bonifide hacker. z5_smartass.gif

Sweet!  Thank you!  Of course, now I'll start having all of these old videos at my fingertips, which may not be a good thing ;)

 

"Today, I'll be working on something James taught me 2 years ago ..." ;)

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Sweet!  Thank you!  Of course, now I'll start having all of these old videos at my fingertips, which may not be a good thing ;)

 

"Today, I'll be working on something James taught me 2 years ago ..." ;)

LOL, want me to send you some of mine so you have tons of stuff to work on?

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The Dropbox experience, for me, is awful. I save all golf swing videos to Dropbox regardless of whether I access them from the iPhone or not and tried playing them from iOS - choppy, terrible control over skipping, offline doesn't work.

 

I use VLC, the 2010 version, the new one is just too unstable and load the swings using a laptop &iTunes - yeah, wired is so 5 years ago, but it works. I have all the swings of pros from Golf Evolution on my phone as well plus other swings I use as a "reference" model, like Grant Waite, Robert Rock, etc... It's great to play them along with your camera side by side when you are videoing your own swing. I may look pretty geeky when I'm doing this, but I'm maximizing what's available to me and I feel so much more confident in what I'm doing because the camera doesn't lie (when you use it right.)

 

For Android, I download from Dropbox and play from MX Player - you can't do this on iOS, save to the filesystem, unless it's jailbroken.

 

My Dropbox golf swing collection is awesome, yay me, but I'm sure it doesn't come near to anything that an instructor has.

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