Sep 10, 2016... I run android 5.0, with \"mobile\" collection on the web version of LR, so I haven't linked any videos to it. Only photos.... I'm actually happy that this collection is being compiled from the mobile collection, as I've been needing a collection tool to upload images from my phone to LR as well. It's a quick and easy way to share photos, though the web version often lags behind getting all the pictures uploaded. Though I use it as a backup.... Overall I like collections on LR, it's just not so great to use it to upload them, since it usually lags pretty badly.
Sep 10, 2016... First of all, thanks for the info. I currently have it on my mobile and am using a laptop to read this thread. But yeah, I have it in a collection on the web as well, though it's unfortunately not displaying video. So I guess I'll have to sit and wait for some more mods to come by...
Sep 10, 2016... I used to submit to LR collections to the mobile version, but then LR was updated and the photos stopped showing up. Now I'm stuck uploading to the web version, since the mobile collection no longer works. Sorry for the ranting... (I'll stop posting from now on, since the topic isn't constructive anymore. I hope you won't ignore it. I just needed to vent my frustration...)
# 1 is somewhat trivial. VLC can start the playback of a file if the file's headers are downloaded (first pieces of the file). Seeking is a bit limited and I don't remember correctly if VLC stops when encountering a (too long) gaps in video. On Windows I've used GOM Player, which was more laid-back with missing frames.
There are a few free video editors that allow you to select clips, insert in order (using the clip marker point), and export the video: iMovie (Mac) - http://www.apple.com/imovie/ Microsoft Movie Maker - http://movie.microsoft.com/en-us/movie-maker/home Windows Movie Maker - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17748 7211a4ac4a