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Upload iPhone 4 HD Video over the air!

July 1, 2010

Seems to be quite a bit of noise online about how you can’t upload HD video from your awesome new iPhone 4 over the air.  Even Steve Jobs has weighed in.

I have good news – you can do it today.  Easily.  Just install SmugShot, sign up for a free trial of SmugMug (you’ll get a nice discount if you signup through SmugShot), and upload HD video to your heart’s content.  You’ll need a Power or Pro account, but can use either free for 14 days.

Go wild!

One caveat:  Apple doesn’t let us get access to the high res videos from your Library.  So you’ll need to film your HD movies using SmugShot.  We’re hoping this gets fixed – all versions of iOS prior to 4 didn’t let you get access to high-res photos via your Library either, but they fixed that in iOS 4.  I’m assuming they’ll do the same for video at some point (and Steve seems to imply it, too). This is fixed in the latest version, and was our fault, not Apple’s!

(For existing SmugMug family members, yes, this means Power Users can now upload 1080p HD video to their accounts.  As always, we’re listening.)

  1. July 1, 2010 at 9:56 am

    The PixelPipe app works fine for uploading your HD videos to SmugMug. Last three videos in this gallery were uploaded with it.

    • RM
      July 2, 2010 at 9:17 am

      Yup, I noticed that about PixelPipe…well, more I hunted night and day to find a wireless HD videop up from the iphone and it is the only app so far I have found that does it.

      If they can, surely smugmug can!!! 🙂

  2. July 1, 2010 at 2:24 pm

    at iPhone 4 will can not upload 720p HD video over 3Giga, but we can upload to facebook with the facebook application.

  3. July 8, 2010 at 10:49 am

    Sweet! Smugmug is more and more becoming my go-to place for any kind of media storage, hosting and presentation. If you guys ever start handing audio files, I will no longer need a hard drive. 🙂

  4. Carlos J. Muentes
    July 8, 2010 at 11:39 am

    Cool, but where is an Android app!! 😦

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