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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Frederick, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. Frederick

    Frederick New Member

    Hi, I just inherited a 4th generation IPAD. Any tips on how to download items from the library?

    I can't find an .wrf file player download for Apple. The Apple store wants me to download the entire Webex software suite.

    Thanks
     
  2. Harry

    Harry Well-Known Member

    Do they even have a WRF player for iPad? I think the "entire webex" is only live streaming / live participation and can not work with downloaded files. See the following from last year, as of September they were just saying it is on roadmap but based on the thread start it looks like they had been saying this for 2 years:
    https://communities.cisco.com/thread/48069?tstart=0
     
  3. Harry

    Harry Well-Known Member

    This was a rhetorical question BTW - I tried and could not make it work and then ended up at the link I mentioned.
     
  4. tom

    tom Administrator Staff Member

    This is why I produce the ARF files into MP4s...so they can be watched on any device.
     
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  5. Frederick

    Frederick New Member

    Tom, thanks.
     
  6. OutATime

    OutATime New Member

    Hey Fredrick, I use Google Drive on my iphone/computer. There is a feature that allows you to make MP4s available offline (From your PC) so that you can play them on apple devices. Hope this helps. You will of course have to have google drive installed on your ipad to open the files.
     
  7. Frederick

    Frederick New Member

    Will check that out. Thanks
     
  8. Harry

    Harry Well-Known Member

    Oh if you have MP4s, there are probably 100 ways to get them on your iPad.
    The simplest is to push them via iTunes and you can open them in the "TV" app (at least on phone, must be same on iPad).
    If using cloud drives, you can put it on google, or icloud or dropbox - its all the same - it does not use space on your device as the files are always in the cloud.
    Having it local (stored via iTunes) will give much better performance though.
     

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