Downloading to your computer.
Instructions may vary depending on your browser. Find your browser below and follow the instructions. Please allow some time for your downloads to finish. Files will typically finish downloading from 3 to 5 minutes, depending on your internet connection. You can open the files in your favorite media player (iTunes, Windows Media Player, or VLC).
- In Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer, Right click and select “Save Link As…” or “Save Target As” and select the folder you’d like to download to.
- In Safari, Right click and select “Download Linked File” and select the folder you’d like to download to.
*To right click on a Mac, click with two fingers on a trackpad or hold down the control key and click.
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Adding the files to iTunes.
Make sure your links have fully downloaded. Drag the files into iTunes or click File -> Add to Library and then navigate to the folder where your downloads were saved. If you didn’t select a folder destination when you saved the files, they’ll typically be found in the Downloads folder.
Syncing with iPhone, iPad and iPad touch.
After adding the files to iTunes, please attach your device with a USB. Click on your device in iTunes and make sure Movie syncing is checked. Provided it is checked, scroll down and find your video and make sure it is checked to sync.
Displaying on an Apple TV.
Apple TV’s requires file versions to end in the .m4v. You’ll need to go into the folder that iTunes stores your files and change the extensions of the files from .mp4 to .m4v. To do this, click on the file name so that the name is highlighted. Click one more time and the filename will be editable. Change the extension from .mp4 to .m4v and your file will display on an Apple TV. You can also try converting it within iTunes itself by adding it to your iTunes library and selecting File->Create New Version->Create iPad or Apple TV version. If the videos do not appear on your Apple TV then, you may have to enable Home Sharing and navigating to the Home Videos folder found by navigating Computers and selecting Library.
Playing on a smart TV.
Smart tv’s can play the mp4 file format. When you download the videos, change the extensions from .m4v to .mp4 if they are not already .mp4. You may then add the files to a usb and then insert that usb to your smart device. If you need to contact us for assistance please include your tv’s make and model.