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Hi, I know this topic has been suggested before but I record my YouTube videos at 1080p 60 frames per second. When you use the photos app it only allows you to export your video at 1080p 30 frames per second. I was wondering in a future update if you can change this to 60 frames per second thank you.
You guys probably saw the news a few months back -- Google has dropped the entire Picasa product line https://picasa.google.com/ - If you hit the site they tell you "sorry dude, no dice. You need to use Google Photos". Well, the issue with Google Photos is I want the images on my main box and don't want to upload them into the Google cloud. So -- Does anyone have a good list of alternatives to Picasa I can test out on a Windows box or a Mac? I would prefer to stick with Windows for all my photography (I know, that sounds odd) but, If I need to flip to my Mac for my photo archive, I guess I can do that... oh - and although I would like to stay with Freeware, if I have to spend under $100, I guess I'm OK with that also. Thoughts?
Up until last week I was able to receive email with a mp4 attached, which would play both sound and video. Now I only get the audio no video, any help? I am using a Dell Studio xps 64 bit laptop with Windows 10. Thanks, HC
If you have a Toshiba system, make sure you remove the Toshiba Display Utility before attempting to upgrade. A Microsoft Community Forum posts notes the utility is currently not compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Update. How to uninstall the Toshiba Display Utility Press Windows key + X then click Programs and Features Scroll down, then select the Toshiba Display Utility in the app list, then click Change/uninstall on the command bar. Follow the on screen instructions to remove the software. A number of OEM's, Toshiba among them have published lists of systems tested for the Creators Update. Users should periodically check the manufacturers website to find out about Windows 10 support. Dell, HP and Toshiba List Systems Compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Update